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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00881
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1 THE DAILY t-1AM1 i METROPOLIS.:







OL 2.;NO 285 lUlbri' : YIIAMI F.QDA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10,> 90j. u:::::1001 : Price 5 Cents,



The, Metropolis' is Enjoying the Most flattering Pajronage 4Y in Its History. Why? Because Ij Gives All the' News II All the Time. 0





WILLHANDLE NEBOGATOfF[ IS THEY WANTED GIGANTIC FRAUDS .

,, THE Gin AUTHORITIES PERPETRATED IN _



: .. IDLE LABOR SITUATION. RUSSIAN(. MARTYR I ;SMALL LOANSKEY N NEW YORK' MUNICIPAL. ELECTION.


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SO HE DECLARES UPON HIS RETURN ;. WEST EXTENSION LABORERS
Interference Bowery man Ina] tone of dls- 'f'
constant
had it not been for the deep
FROM'APANESE, PRISON SEEK MONEY LOANS OF ; ;. '
.: Italians and Others Will, by the unions. The West Al. I t just "You muss think I am Reggie :
Toafiog SURRENDERED TO SAVE THE PEOPLE IN SAVANNAH odder of deblokes
I ia plant will furnish work for five I A Astorbllt or some Declares the St !e' .
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be Rut In. thousand men This company is only LIVES, OF tilt| MEN STRIKE TOUGH, ROUDY LOT wad de coin. See?". I II Attorney. '

.< one of a score of firms which have n I 1 With that he tore himself away and j I Investigating the Charges.TEN'lNDlCIMfNIS .

withdrawn_ from Chicago for the same -- lied down towards the train, leaving .
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MADE TO WORK reason. ,- r i ', I St. Petersburg Nov 10 Rear When the Bowery boys and their he Savannahlacj with an expressionof ( '
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) Among these concerns are the Crib-I Admiral NebogaiJpff. who arrived here, associates the park sitters, were passing I having wasted his time stamped] I'

JI OR LEAVE TOWN ben ft Sexton Stove Mfg. Co.. .. one today from a Japanese} prison as a'' through Savannah on Saturday >rhis: face. ';, .

thousand employesthe Brnnswick-Bal- martyr, declare! that. he deliberately: en route to Miami and the Florida After leaving Savannah the reports :

ke-Collender: Company.with eight hundred sacrificed his name and honor by surrendering keys, where Mr. Henry M. Flagler Is I that have come|from along .the lint

employes, the Bates Machine Co., at tJ&t batt.e of the Sea building his celebrated raUroadthere Indicate that ,there were no dull I ARE. REQUESTED[

'QUITE A HAUL MADE THIS MORN- with six hundred employes the Kabo of Japan In ordjer to tare the lives was enough.fun in the bunch for. a moments on the]! trip.At Folkston.

-t IG..MID '''IG DOCKET FACED Corset Company.with five hundred em of the thousands i of sailors In his di barrel of :monkeys says the Press of while the train ;!took water they In. ,__. r

'4 NllliZMNDERsNEARLY: ALL l I I ployes and the O. P. Bassett Printing .,ah. $r| I that city. .They got off all sorts of velgled a shoat close to. the train i

;.t'lftEDIHERI" WILLJAKE Company with three hundred employes. with chunks of bread The shoat
The Ac1mlral' n has been forced queer 1 unta. They had never before I II PROMINENT'POLITICIANI.'AMONQ
I ,? HO HAND AT PRESENT by the' decision!of his companions at eeen a real palmetto tree and I la In Florida now. '
academy some of them : It is reported that Mr. Flagler will JTHE NUMBERBENSATION'EX: ?
y the naval .to .leave that Institution asked where the cocoanuts -
I MR. CLARK'S SECRETARY. n| I ) were. have more that ten thousand men PECTED WHEN THE o.car .

them at work on ]road before the end IS DISCLOSED .
'Thin** defendants twelve of 'I'' They did not hesitate to ask tot r H aC:
for CRONSTADT RJOT' loans, saaktng all sorts ot rash of the year: More than five thousand CEIVE8 '
'whltt and an :mates, jippeared I C. H. Maguire of- Oconee Secures th.AppoilltlMnt. promises engaged ; IMPORTANT. POITA, ...
,trial in the municipal court this GREATLY EXAGE RATED for the return of the money.with are now in It. The I .t'

:morning. Ten of,the .number eight I .!ga(. Interest that would have made eventhe l lien are paid a dollar and a':quarto I II I

:oc.wbom'wer.Ita" were charged VK.Washington I heart of the ancient and nerI a day' and given camp fare. The 1

wltS;'vagrancy, .whte,Ole other three Hon. Frank, Clark Congressman NtT.? 10- The Basstta present shylock exceedingly glad. work in the winter win be the means [New York.NOV., 10'T
[answered 'to"1M charge' 'of being from the SecoD4"Dlatrlct of Florida embassy In' thlsfcity has received a The manner In which they app pacb- of inducing many thousands to find indictments

his secretary cablegram from|-Petersburg stat ed about their way In this direction._ I for violating the ejection. laws
,drunk, and disorderly. has'appointed as private persons the station for con I '
The vagrants' were arrested yesterday Mr.CH. Maguire! of Oconee.. Orange lIIe,that the repprti regarding a'rev- was one of easy familiarity. The a add TWO for assault committed,, here
EDGES I' -
; and last Bight at and In the county; olntlon In Craoi&ult hive teen greatly following colloquy took place betweena EVERGLADE i on, election day:' wen drawn up by the

'vicinity: otthe: terminal dock: aH .of Mr Maguire is a recent graduate :'eagerated. ffThe More fortifications station employe and one of the grand Jury today .which afterwards

them (' Bt...hir that they' were waiting of'the University of Florida and is were all tte time In the bands travelers who wanted and secured a Two Powerful Machines, ,to be'' Built. adjourned until before': 'ta.

for the steamer to carry themtothe a young man of sterling character and of the authorities.: and the most of loan of We.: By M""T H-Strvtns Company I Monday,

;! .extension camp, where" they Is said to'be well fitted< for the important the disturbances;; were Immediately One 'of the number, a typical Bowdrylte r endorsement i after bell; drawn'up.

, are'to work.The hearing this morn- duties of secretary to a Con suppressed. Onjy ten houses were with cap. on the aide of hit The first carldad of lumber for the

1 fflng proved rather Interesting and ant gressmanHe Is a son or a prominent I burned. II head and a jaw of prominence marched bulI31ng of the hmRs of. two. dredges I EVIDENCE i OF FRAUD.

I i..OC'1he.ceneral .run 'of."city..cases. inI I citizen of Orange county and his appointment CLEVER up to one of the station employ- for the trustees] of the Board of Internal I ABUNDANT.

I Nhat but oDe or two of the number wl'.l be'appreciated by the .. A Ug CAPTURE es and looking him in the eye said: I Improvement to. be used In the lNew
York. Nov. 10 Evidence
of
', c Q i speak'English sufiieienUito'und ; : citizens! of that section of the State. "Chappie gimme a fifty. You see, Everg'ade drainage scheme arrived fraunds in last
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and,- be .onJerstood/i and in ; Congressman Clark has moved his Of Negro Fugilfte' Mad. by 'city I need mono When I git to Mlamy at the Merrill.Sevens( shipyards, yesterday were Tuesday's election
(jI prepared for the
grand Jury today
..Ser 'to, relieve the situation and allow -family to Washington and they are lo- Marshal'[, B Hardee. vend it beck.to ye Seer I morning,; says the 'limes-Un- by both State's Attorney J. M.
[j the" court to'proceed Mr. Frank t cated in one of the most desirable! "f don't know you and besides I ion.
Mayer
Calat .u..orn In'ulnterpreter.. .t residence sections of the city. Mr. From a elr'0ular description'ofj have use for my money," said the (, The lumber will} arrive dally in car and by the law mmIt ee.who
for !
applied sixteen-indictments.
I The majority of the men gave,reasonable 'Clark has been back to Florida since i fugitives wantedand| whIch' are :sent I I J station man. I load lots and be!unloaded at the ship
l I lit Is said the names of some
I exeuaes for.being idle. around*locating. his family in Washlngton.but {!ito I[ all countyadpolice officers..City l Bully gee Jimmy now wouldn'tdat yards. The actual work'of building prominent politicians are among very the

the- 'fro; They-had come. south for f'wla ".ve very shortly for the national !I.I Marshal, Hardeemade quite! an 1mI -I Jar-yeT I say Jimmy bring n- the hn'ls will:) commence In a few Indictments requested. The evidence.

".,the'Jjirpoae'of wGrk inc' on the F.'E..: ,capital, and will be ready to. take portant I I Irresi1kVedneiday'night' by .dat knife and fork." j days and will b1 rushed to completion Id being prepared by' Mr. 'Mayer

wait-ing up the'responsible position to which capturing one Ben Williams, .aI&11! j Jimmy a specimen of the same | as fast as possible. working' in conjunction with the

; he, was elected by the people of the Will ,Hamilton, ,"do 'was'.wanted by district came forward and, reaching These two hulls, are to be one hun District Attorney Jerome staff.

"to" go to.'eIr. destination. They were Second Florida District, l the Tampa authorities for ''assaulting j in his back pocket pulled out a dirty dred and five feet long. thirtyeightfeet I Mr.
Hearst
i ;*-*wHhbut" ,mbney!:,''.but J Jiaifdone*- .'no beg-(;>: Mr" Maguire ;.will leave.f. Washing1 .with .Intent.'to .tin. ,a police officer.01that' napkin, In which were rolled a sliver beam and] seven feet deep of I tat card which today he made received public today.a
1 ton with Congressman Clark and will hold. The Merrill-Stevens Company :
,city several months_ "ago.WTllains .- knife and fork. : I was signed\ "Truck' Driver*" and
Taking into' consideration the 'ex- 'remain, there through,, the session of hadIeft" )only has the contract to build the
Cocoanut
: working "Tolke dem and de
gimme fifty
cir mstancee pmeaof them Congress.His man friends are ,hulls of the dredges and not' in r ad? "On Wednesday night five bat-
; .tennating *: I Grove ani was arrested by the kwlck" said he of first speech. j I are Iqt boxes were taken from

,were discharged" 'while the others' ,'p'eased with his appointment, ana ;officer while drying a team in .the 1 I. ,The station man obeyed pocketing .position to say anything In regard to stable at No. 233 Front street"Some a boarding-
| 'twere'fined: $5 and .t. or ten eta'"' predict that he will fill the duties re: city, he corresponding-- exactly with the silver knife end fork. In "tbi the machinery jto be Installed upon I sensationaldevelopments

i'work: on the streets;the sentence' and "qulred of him in an' entleriy.. satisfactory >. the 'd riPtlOJ1ibt! the 'man' wanted.WUUams I meantime the man with the fiftymade" them. j ,
in
| i I.fine.to, be remitted providing they manlier.": I was The hulls are'' to be constructed of quite new political frannds "are expected -
denied|that he
a out of the station went In
man
fqgi-I to wheel evidence
,'%in leave'the city and'-go'to' the ex- .....- .. live and was ffry indignantv at his I search ,of a booze joint. He had not yellow pine lumber. and will be up-to- claimed to develope be in hand the Is disclosed.
Unsion the next steam- '
operations on DAILY NEWSPAPER date In The contract
j arrest, || -;. far to look but thought he would everrrerpect. Htirst puppa ttera''are confident bthis
i which leaves here Tuesday morn- for the building of these two hulls
.. A* TEXT. BOOKS The marshal ,However, was positivehe dock around a,bit while the train was .
In the meantime they win get II *, had the right! | and wired chief I I I|being'cleaned and watered. Passinga was let to the j I Merrill-Stevens Company t victory. _
tnefr hand In at labor by working! t I I,
l a few : aco.IMMIGRATION
of::pollee ,| ; Tampa, who'; arrived store'in, that section the proprietor dart INVESTIGATING
today 'tomorrow aDd.Koa4&7 for,Qe Pupl a;af;;Northwestern .UniversityMust ,
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cttyr1 ''"" m* ** here last Anight ,He Indentlfied I('caught bold of the Boweryman and STEAMBOAT COLLISION
'Newspapers '
Read the f'I ,
JA.NDQUARANTINE
I asT thi fright
Williams man, whereupon twas pulling him in his place of business I
,, Another load-eoulatlng of over 200Italian lJ 'the latter confessed; his guilt Chief I CONFERENCE Ii i -
I New Orleans -Te
Nov.
official\
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German laborers j
and -'CUle' '
J CUcago.ni.. Nov. 10.-In the future.students'of.the' :Jones" left' thlalmornlng for Tampawith i "What-do yes want wld mefquer- Investigation into the ,cause"of;Ge
'Ws morning and the majority
1JoW '
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his Second and Last Day's Sesslen Being
American History .man i led the vistor. '
:
collision
'oC them left CIa the'steamer BIScayne': between.the;: steamer Esparta I
c'ass of Protesosr. A. James:at the :The capture ofjwiniams, Is a eleierpleceof ."1 ant to sell you aT trunk," sand Held' Today and lighthonse tender ,
.Magnolia
it t'O'clock for the keys, though It Is
!:Northwestern University/must' read : ; detectite'work and'reflects the gentleman with a foreign accent "
.AId that quite a number of them left Chattanooga Tenn., Nov. 10- This while the later wee' carrying the President
the 4auo'newapapera, If hey wish' to- much credit ability and 1 "vants U sell trunk to
[; ui'the per- you a put
I to
of the <
ski gang after getting here and are Is the second and closing day s j", began today before the ,
avoid trouble. t severance of the marshal who is mak- your clodlngs In." bard .
vessels. *
of
Southern and Quarantine supervisors of steam
Immigration
now loafing about the city and subwba. -''
i 1 In the course of his lecture the otherday ing.Miami: ant.x eedlnP.r valuable "What do yes mean,- man; do yes Conference: which Is considered one The Investigation la being held behind"

Prof. James referred to an area official J! : ,want me to go naked r* queried the closed press''
doors neither
ThtxPoUce an'aome..1i.at .perplexed ot the most important gatherings ever public nor. ,
: ''tie which appeared In me ,of the -
i : attnatlon. : held In the South being admittedINDEPENDENT.
>rSFlhe and as:the only _
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morning papers that day. Upon'questlcafng ISLAND CITY' AND' The morning session today was devoted I ..,.. '
'rem wm arrest aU those found ,, NEWS : NOTES I ..
of the members of thaclass
one ,
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,,..w.t visible means of sapport, ''la : 'ti to a general discussion of the DEMOCRATS
Prot-James found that the Rae"I ,
:tblatjsy; they mOL _:jUi .tA, ,Uae ,t;:! subjects of Immlgrattna and quarantine WERE SUCCESSFUL.
:had .not.read' that article and ,
dent :
struts:end forced.b get:-u., ,. --: Metropolis Bueran.Key .. 'eaterfa ned. Omclal calls were and was towed by an address : a' r

teggi'ampewor serve tim oaftbe11a4Ad ; was It 'or, therefore. any,other|;current prepared"news to discuss of the I |s .WestjN.ov! !:.:+ f made Sunday and Monday by the 'army on "Citizenship.* ] Its Duties and Responsibilities j Memphis. Nov. 10 Returns fromyesterday's

highways. the'CJ&aet City Marshal Oardaer and his pone, and navy and officers of the city by Robert s. ,Fulton municipal election as,yet ;

'!."4.W&JI.... LIIt,-';Acti.f. ...... .day.*, 'Iaestmtaation tbt of havekept things .orm'tIV the put and were returned< by the"officers of Chancellor of the University'of KilI are Incomplete. Enough la': knows'
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showed<, but two of the members 'the'' slss'ppl. While, the general meeting however, to warrant the -statement
illoboctnftladtbts morning fe'f4aia'a4 bite made a halt dozen' ship. Liberty was given the
>C" ktnaUasttat:: that should :of the class.had read .a morning paper raids on'gambling house Last Saturday -:men Sunday,and they visited all places was In session the Governors attending -"I that the Independent Democratic ticket

tit by Itraathcrltles u iTThla that win dye pever'do'uldtb', rl' J i ie I.nlght'aid; was;made;: osfaronJette" ; of interest In the.' city and were the conference, held a separate headed by J.'H. Malloo. has' been'

as'posslDVaaAthatas long aa I : 'Hetetfer'I pro- :cam,|over the New York: ,Bar very orderly. Quit a number vb1FNabInlted meeting in which several Interesting elect '" '

'. able to cope with It, he will I Ito I f have or shall expect'you.:;:ad'the paraphrraalta aad a'numbcrefthe'players States barracks.where |addresses were 'delivered. 'Just before j Complete! election returns l1y.Mal-

rfer... He;will watch the altowever. aa accurate"knowledge of car: were captnred>ltnoacu a game of barebal was going on between I adjournment a p mber'of committee hjn.I Democrat a .majority of 1Dt01'0 i

,> lad should'any'mis- not events as. chronicled; each feoulJer f dayiatbr'nenpapeand'Ishaf ;som'tot'swayiMother: ; A.&r1II) team and a nine from reports were recei'vM.I er J. J. Williams the prevent In '

occur he will then take a the Culatnteam of Key West I I .Shortly after noon the 'deregsra cumVent .
: :.i raid riras made at the cotntrjot'Petronlan.isdEmmt ,
It fully as Important' th''daIl7 les '
street ''W. H. Brass, a trombone player started on a trip to Fort Oglethrope .. r
soasaalgned. from the text hooka." late bt Santre. Nebarrived last and Chlcamanga* Park, where they are L JNVEiLiNG THE
!it.. ., : .t where"a keno game and a number oo. week ; A
(ANY, FACTORIES_, .. ptayers: to Join the 'th Artillery.Band Ho <. 'to take luncheon. The conference i i .ERIE MONUMENT
werfr"cftnr Bunday.night
; W 'LEAVING- 'CHICAGO NO. .ALARM,IN 't.J. '. madiion V; } Ifu1-blooded 'Slonx Indian. tdMaM will close ,with] a short session this
v THE MONET MARKET a rald was" ? ue nil gameand No'y. '
J at the scbol.l evening. Inghampton Nov.
", la"number of players :taken Chfloco} j IS-The
r Po ; : were
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0tnAoe.aat.Nth."Unewtsln Labor 'fc.'i : .' acohoner Richard K..FoxCapt monument erected by the Erie Rail
.. 10 -" to j ii. 'Sunday;the saWvf Raped.r ;
|>sCen' #
1-' i ;:>rbo returned from New York* with a load of turtle for the NewTork I STRIKE SERIOUS opposite the signal,tower, east of the i -
kr
;CMcagor'Noy.10-The nncenaln la.jior .I today,said that he saw nothing In the IIThe ;' ,,'fI market., ., Erie bridge over the Delaware Ueommemoraty >

conditions caused by.the reckless' I\t present! situation::'In..the ,NeW :York I .. total .receipts month of the customhouse The British schooner Fearlea.c pt. And An, Tariff] Is Bung SerMaetyMenaced the exact spot where ,

llaefles of the_labor agitatorsin,:this'.;''money market"to' warrant aetkni. for the ot October'were* Kemp Is in .fmm Nassau with fruit ] and Deterred. .. E the Brat ground was broken for the )

I elq;....,. forced several,large manu'eeMsrBStto.jMvaChleag-!j the"part 'of the treasury" '"' --1 $41.040.73. |] L'TTbeiewe446t.bsles 1' The steamer Gussle. Capt. Ransom. 'Vienna Nov. 10- The strike on,the ,Erie raDrosj system te I$35'waa ..- x,

'I,- -- ...,. .- .. ;.,. .. | 'of;tobacco Is >A| from jMobfla ply jt load of tam Austrian Railroads is extending sad veiled, today. with, appropriate WenimaleL -,
"'T' \ .'f"' MUTINY. AT CRONSTADTv ." broaPt from'Havana:Us| 'week"bj ber'tor. the CommerealtCompanj'swhuL growing worse dally,- and la beginningto i* large1 number 'of bociaii

.:Antci 'h Co npaay. one jjrf: I "AS SUPPRESSED',the: l' 0. Steamship Company Y. 1imiigwihe -. ....". .,:.... .. deter traffic from France, Germanyand of,the Erie road<< ;aad other:railroad..

; maaufactariBg eoam..ta : 4 +' Sn lime f perlod'61itAmerleasand >The aebOOl1erDaI: t.; Farliri.which elsewhere: I men attended the"exercises,as .ell;

'country ,bu.decide<< to close"Its ..Crontstadt.. ,Noy 10The 'mutny 5J'aliens,. wire' brougbt'mte" ?t.' :::jhl' has' eDta; port about al: month,!undergoing Difficulty'Mn reaching settlement' I.son a large' crowd of people from New "*

I xoils and tranfer them to East Ali here has tben.: entirely sapped'l I. tt d rep.rn'a" having a:mast t has been increased by a ministerial notification !I(I York and other'cities'lD'-th!."Bute.'The .

I :1\'1a,' There the company is building and the'mutineers who were holdingout j I rThe! German 19uraer: Bremen armed '- put in, sailed last Friday for Porto, I that 4 o negotiations 'with First Regiment Band Or'Btnghampton -

I "s three million dollar plant that wouldhave la the eastern section, the town. from Calvestfln Saturday afternoon Rico. She was from Mobile, boundto the railroad men will be undertakenuntil furnished the music tor the

i been>> 'constructed' 'In' Chicago, 'bate been'-am.te4' ;land i while in this port will be royally .Porto. Rico with'a load of lumber. the strike has been abandoned014 ,occasion.k ..

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t- OAlljy MIAMI METROPOUr MIAMI. IORIDA. .rBIOAY. NOVEMBER .TO. tOSi
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'- B. B. TA .UW. PRESIDE "" s. BOBO DEAN SEC.-TKEAS. i Fancies 'I : YOU/CANiHlJNT./ N -

: THE .MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY ""and

cm the mainland of the U. S.
published
Southern newspaper
The most
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I '* flew York. Nov. 9. The New York i :
.
"_"" PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY_ ett, were up bright and early toda After November 1 st. -

ClliCCUnOI'l.&TES; ajajl many thousand of them made It
I br'MaU $500 Three Montbe.............;....t1S.I cotivenlent to congregate along the'
I Oil Tear ::: :::::::::: week br C6rrfer.......... .1 Be date
tit Ilonths....... ; 260 One rftfrth: River front, from the Battery sure you see our up to Hunting Ma
wtPorty-Second street to witness the Io ; :

Advertising Rates made tno n on application. arrival.'>t of the British cruiser aqua Iran: terials BED you go on your hunting trip.

METROPOLIS BUILDING. tinder the command of Prince Louis ofBaitenburg l ARE
s -TELEPHONE 7* .FFICE: .
'* and the naval ceremonle
-Opposite the Court HOUM ; I .
'MI and 434 wel'th St..t. connected with that event o I I .

+ FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1906' !"a.Iii -- ) Watson
J. W.
.-_.. |The battleships and creUPrs of the B Miami 45
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IMMIGRANT. LABOR. MENACE. American fleet were anchored In a

p ;-1' 'oBg line extending from the lo..er endo(4he 9e
river, off 22nd street to
Dade (! a point eeeooeoe eoooo.eoooeoo, ". eooo _ .
'rness! they are willing to go>> to work and be self maintaining off-; 129th street. Everything wu Inpmect e oeoeeePerfection .\!;"

county doe. not want any foreign Immigration or labor. There !. too much order and the metalwork as

work and too many opportunities hew; for labor for one to lay around Idle I. bright and shining a* diligent scourti OUR f

It Is bat enough for the home vagrant and bum to do 10, but the,people will I <|< and pollshlog'I could make It. POSITION

i Dot tolerate It In the man or men-who have not found condition exactly a. Officers and men were In their gala

; they had.expected. ci|bes and every ship presented a U thl. community

.. :iThJs reference !,'made'to the many Italian and other foreign laborer.Brought model of neatness and cleanliness 1. secured You Gillette

here to engage In railroad con.tructton. but. who after getting here i\l\t.: !know that some of
j" the extension and work. They are of the claw that doe. not 1f the very belt fam-
refuse to go to |A alight mist was .still banging over
com 'labor! and had rather De Idle than employed. Many of their Dumber, thin/ waters of the lower bay, when the es are our patrons f
have South'to evade the coM winter weather of the norexpecting ,, V 'atlitast.f ;
Jlo'doubt, come BrJUsh squadron appeared led by the : .
lire begging and petty jobs They are entlreI1UD.eslrable.and flagship" +
to by the Drake. Silently the shipsofjwar URPHOTOGRAPHS' READY.-
,
ALWAYS ALWAYS KEEN.
If the railroad! will not take them from the county and the State and l steamed through the narrows.Sen i a

c >If,they become nuisances by begging and! depredation.there U but one al Governor's Islandwas slghtedthe 1.'S. mply Lather nd ..Shae: .I

ternate.. *... brake hol.ted the American flag and iL 'THERE. IS'NOTHWC: TO ADJUST.. .
.. reach them, and If they win not work 1 are Men Inmost I TO'LEAWCThe "
Apply the T8&f&DC11a. It will th* first boom of the national salute ,. ItULTUZA. NOTHING1; ''t
br tree win they can'be made to .to M by companion. The county road ofj twenty-one guns, fired by the forward artistic househonlds wonderful feature,of.this razor is the: !

:Deed' building and Improving and the time U present 'when the labor of'this" :guns of the Drake vibrated.over; rl advance in phoographlc -" 1 ||TOLAST'edgesututsupapera.rtsnutlmeaG.WAT01blade.I I .; -Twelve blades .(nrentJ-foar' sharp I I r
foreign elemeJit'can be utilized to good advantage. methodshas ,
Intruding tbl water. ill fAR$. TOUGH and ruxiBUC as whalebone,go with
17th .measure' U suggested only 'a. an expedient for it 1. hoped that: t ''J been very considerable 1. 'each set EACH '
the railroad company'will: be able to overcome the trouble It 1. now experiencing Is' ,. duringthe ? BLADKte good for]
last shot had been echo from
scarcely
: ad cease every man" It bring South to go to the extension and I The last few )'earL P 7W oa7wtol
|from the Staten Island hnis when sO
...work diligently until the great project of bridging the *ea .hall have bee nth1e I saluting battery of Governor's.. 'I. ,If'yon'would knowhow. writ, .. 4. saATgil. ,
eomp te4. to I .considerable,
fired the ?
land first shot of the nation 3nTrii.U.
call at our studio.
AN UNUSUAL TOAST. tttsiainte In answer: to the salute.,of { ftirdewwiii
:; You will see samples .. Awaesdad s C.W
salute .
he visitors The flag was given *
that must excite tfaUatSl.
ls| the British warships ,majectlcally 11Wdea: Lai. t .
e That was an unusual tout which Prince Louts of Battenburg offered In. .steamed, past Governor's. 'Island,and : ,your: keenest

,:Washington the other"day. He said that every British omc r'. first loyalty ,jlowly moved up .the river,crowded IT'to,.st, T. e admiration.Albert .

Into his King and, second"to the President of .the United .States. When I rith many hundreds of."craft of every.., ., ; sl.a ;"
It'is remembered that Prince Louis is the personal representative i of the I encelvable .kind. The whistles and KaufmannCor. to .;.

'KlneTand an"Admiral in the BrfU h:Navy."sent to,this country.wlth. a great t: ,ifrens ,of the rvvei 'craft and, large 14th,S :. Aveaett D.Mlsia iar ,
fleet'of warships the significance( and the fun meaning of the expression: 1>I I i ewers added to the noise of the 1-1I t. : ,

.. .appreciated. No expression of equal .warmth has come from 'an'American tl iHng and! all 'along the British slips For: Sale by -../ ffrtooey

of Importance regarding the British people but there IsT webelieve, a mnchtfoser I irtre greeted wltb cheer, and the'vav- J Blscayne Drug I Company

ferflng everywhere In this country, for Great Britian.because of ourTOmmftn frig of hats and handkerchiefs.jOnce .

bt.toir. language, literature;traditions .and.laws' and'ataDdard. of !.(' .- I A ,Notorious"Le! L t --. -, _

'living than for any other foreign country. ,_ more the,guns of the Drake .
An American might make such a statement as that attrlbuteJ.to Prince I ii jjgan,to'.speak,, when the flagship. ap-
Louis without giving offense' to anyone, and It would not make a great deal I )roached) Its anchorage" near' the foot u-. 1-" to Ing OL Hooseliold Fern}

of difference If It did as our Isolated position removes us from.the,conflicting 6jj Forty- econd 'street, where the : : *
; Jealousies'of European politics out from a Briton whose governmentmust : Maine. Admiral 'Evan.' flagship, was 1 r

sleep constantly upon Its sldearms for fear there will be some, Euro- &' ready anchored.. The AJ drat'. s*. r t

peat'alliance coiLeoct.ed for the purpose'of. injuring Great Britlsn's- prestige I late, of thirteen guns/"given! by the Without removing it from. the house in

ltd Influence.. It_gives the statement added Importance.. Drake was answered by a similar. aOJ -) !
iThe truth of it 1. that all the European nations want the,good will and I ate by the Maine. It..u'a magnl-;* t sums of 15.00 and up. Can be paid back in .

frindzhip of this country, and we also want their good'wilt and frlenlahlp. tint sight as. the British cruisers' sums of $1.00 a week. Business strictly' .

Our position Is'different from theirs. It Is a powerful though silent Influence i- steamed up the river. ,'past the AmerMthat .' confidential Write us and solicitor will call '' .

therefore, for anyone of them to be' .able, to point to the fact cln battleships and cruiser; all gaily J ,.'1 ,
t ,
Am Tra Is Iti close Mend. decorated 'with" flap and with rails o.'

.on'!.. UUo It.fA Europe .li n..t altogether peaceful, 'and the powers are manned, to honor: the''guests. : :
CITY OFFiC
lOAN
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After the visiting ships had reaCh _

\ ,,,. <.NEWSPAPER. lid their respective "anchorages the* OPJ>OSITC POSTorricc.Votings' .'
.. ...... '-"'" j. i i.Melfnle fustomary exchange of" courtesies between K .
ft ?vlr.'Advertiser
Prince Louts of Bsttenburg and
E. Stone,is the general manager1of\ the Associated Press. ffshould I '
Admiral Evans;required bruTal etljjjnette :
be an authority, on newspapers, and Is. He Is in a position to learn
the trn habout, ,.b-Q.meu: .aeDer Manager Stone Is credited 'with: ,.Loul.took :'place.: In .the:afternoon i r t"r\liUt" .Uat tide Pharmacy
Prince and many of the British f occ r toyo
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having .made o'Jull Chambers, the following significant and highly Inter'- officers d IrnIs J.. what u.. ..blle take !
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will go ashore. In the even I c'44A3N'
.4IIItJDC statement tarn: jour a4 to U,at tl 1 w-a olorlmM .t I
'"'There ani Dot more in ing they win.be the guests.of Mayor, 1Ie ,You declare,Is flarUc ftp* I MCOKFOXATKD[ .
than two'morning'paper New York: that are I t tbat I I .
McClellan at,an omdal'dlaneq party root shoes an tile Met oaf Al
paying expetses. Truesome of the bthers'ye pulled out'of'a bole by; while theruueat1 ; 'tmrfk,et that jor clethtaff'k.q.al 1. I "
.their SnndaTmonettnJetening; editions, hjft the morning newspaper has I the" minor ,officers. will be .. ,rf*taltar.a..geodes., Yet Jell M-' I
.wen ru best. day" : .- (l. of the American omcen. a} ....tats tile trout t to .splat") .** ; 'AnDrugtore: : for The ,People
,
!
arlo.. receptions, ,'theatre partiesInd Tkat U the tmportul Id TW
Mr;Chambers says this expression of opinion from such an authoritative I other : .n 'a..rttH,*11.,..*. wAr. H._.4IM .
p so.rce, ."the"general: manager, of the Associated PreM'will surprise many; entertainments you Mock sad prI"jt tbcwrnwMi ,
,people bat the trend ,of.business for several has 1 !. clear. _elM art oo.'Hul.r..a.ur. .- That's our,motto, land J it has been the means of adding hundreds
Il ., years been toward the at:: | A., most eUborata program-for the .- Iteiteei yvfaadtk .
.
ternoon' newspaper.' & v: *' *>' [i: enteretarament 'of the Prince and the *printer a vast anevirt' at bMhcrmt of new.custoFen to ourlistL, :;We; ;Bell :only'the pur

G : : r/Chamber.,can. aUenUon to the fact _that the future of theaoov "utter, British officers 'as well 'as the men of; "orrc,beca... h. AcntjMd est drugs.' All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma

... ..
,
-: .Ic of
.tIIe dl.plar.gle.pf
newspaper was predicted p
twenty by James Gordon Bennett '
yeara ago ;]i the 'visiting squadron'bu'bee&atof :
of the New York Herald. Mr.'Chambera says\; truly .that, the popu'arlty: << ranged and so many dinners recep '.type aedtheir lall; If property arna(caMaU......PrimItfi .. 4.yoMbratutaMaM. .. cists. We also; the finest a sodas and.'i ice. .cream in the cit. ]
'
: :.the"evening paper has"been on the increase mce! the .readers"of,news''diseonred'how i lions, parties; balls and other social Tlllaillt aver ::1
thoroughly::the"editors! of 'l1I h|Journa1a: cover: the events of: function have been arranged that the ... decide to drop a portal to North. of Postoffice-

t, 'the.day. The night local field 'naturally pre-empted. by the morning!? new 4 i visitors will be 'wen nigh exhausted B. F. Davis; Ad. Writer; I! : .
.,. ,.
.'paper, and'one, would,think'Itentlrely adequate but the general 'non-snc': br.the-Ume the]-.hl.ni" reidj to -- : t 4 W.E.;! :0111128:: Pres
cess of the morning'publication ,
indicates
that then ,
something more mere; Ball for -Glbraltar, hefr next:.topping .
9 h '
;
ly local events Interest "
.; 'e.'people. \ -1 I! blace. \Vhlle the.officers' and men of'he It --- --- --_'0 --_ _- --___ _
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\: British fleet are enJoyng'the! how See tb, Metropolis before placing _
J \ _."There sre''no".'real ona's vn Mars". :says riff i astronomer." There are no! pitality., the American officers and your ,order, for fall announcements

\ .real. .canals ii,Panama either, for that matter.: .'j I.. r f men, the British ,ship. will; be fullyprovisioned \Ve have! something pretty to show ; '

for thelr.k ug cruise. .you. 1 WILLIAM ?
; Ton may have observed'that 'dispatches did not quote4what President J. BRVJN.I
Roosevelt said to the pl'ot"of the Esparta;Immediately after the colll I

:. tau .*. I.y I : j,IN FOREIGN. ,LANDS:

t. .. ,: Hall Calne must have looked t&rcfully about over shoulder before he.AQrIZON AJt I If ton weal to r*...(Mr. Br i-'. tetter ef Pwrtmi Travel ow'

fi: toM the Rockefeller Bible-elass'there"was a': serious menace hi "great i is ttt UjM U.afc., crtx fy the.Cssaasatf- ",
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.. >.". .' 1"' ,. .. ..' I ; c -" l' William J.'Bryan eciitoi'f; ,,The, Commoner, aailCd'f !
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?* ...:.Arizona prachers want a clause in the .mate( constitution making pro l.'t; ''''"WI San Francisco September 27, for a tear's visit abroad la the
course of his tra Te1 win
Mr.Bryan
t ,,: albttlon perpstusl.At that'Late, the balance of Arizona probably won'tresat t. countries .!..visit the following,u named2.
/b.: The Famous Play Arizona win be the .. :' .
: ', Statehood.. | produced by. L 1< .4&
: '. HAWAII, j! 'JAPAN, BRITISH 'I8LM ,
.r' ::Aa'exrhange"' remark;that 'In all his 8J years of succesatnl life.Uncle) .1 .r CHISA !i INDIA P8iLf1'Plx=: .. -na.-- .,

Itusiien,Ssge was never accused of Tundlng" oat"taiated money""' ,to.chorcht 1 l. ..:'e. .:JiMi iamiiConscryatpry, Q t6Mi ec.toodse XYW AUSTRALIA.ZEALAND, e.9t."IntkGBE ROYP'It. PALUTD'K-, \ : ,

.. ..or.,fharitab.eegaatutfoaa.= :! ,, |j t oon' 'f ? 1:r ''SPinrvi.4"' 'iHtAXCl. ITALY $WITZ=BLAND- ,
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.q : OR.AYJJUL&XT:
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"Come closer.;.'said'Uie"President to vetersos 'at' a'southern toIoileraj!r r PramatiCaQtib, OKKMABK, BU"U, *1'BWLDRlf.'noLLalff? n.
,: < t '.' r'\' t t3 r--. f.t ., -c- ;urn crvir.j: --- -
home The President, ettiDi closer to the Southern' people Hand the. N't tt a, b D xF 0
d 8oataerq"vetariai fte'T"day:7'' j1... ......, .jkt.-" : fl. 4 *oj; Froai each ef the coostries named Mr Bryan will write fcttcn
1- : : :" ,describing his observstioas and F Direction of Mrs.Lllla C.- the t eel life '- .
a JBeHe ry, at octbe eoantrics vlsrted. J.
.Depositors In that defunct "to-Ptttsbmr.-may not get any of"the j .CAuditorium s;: iy"' i'ae.ietaerl;wilt be pvbltebed. The Commooer.'and those wbdc
: of desire. to read every one of tbese.Utters .oboald lose no time IB sab-. .
..: : money tack, bat.they are certain to secure a Yast amount of very interest:, tlacribhg
.\ "" for Mf. Bryto':.paper.
4il1IIc aide lights on Pennsyrranla poUOcs.' <
, : t Friday Eve: !J November 17 The Commoner I. issued weekly and the inbwripUoa price tr
t All .newspaper,reader,have heard: of. ruiingee: Institute eondnctej Ir d ? 1 $JO a rear .By-special arrangement with the publisher,".
enabled to offer bra short time only, the Commoner and the _
Booker/Washington but a visit to It would astonish most It ha 1 1i r t 1 '
perrons. Reserved Weekly Metropolis one year both tot 11.00, when paid la adv.or .
:". UOO students COO of them female<<: 2,300 acres of land. S3 buildings,'and til.,, seats on sale : f. Young's Fharmacy and we will send Tbe Commoner and the Miami Dally Metropolis

I. expenses of administration 120 J2 Company beginning Wed. Nov.
15
plant to Valued at 151,000. exclusive : lIetropoliulon
i of M. OO acres: of IanJ. valued ,sj j '
:;' tlSC.000 granted by act of-Congms. Twkeegw Is the largest negro school,I Address all ;pden to Mfes!IrkD (.....Wet.. FJ.3p .,

..; ;0 1m the world.-- '" f Reserved ,Seats 75c. Admission 50c

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:."Him Mas"ter's'Voice" QUEER ;PROBLEMS\ OF LAW. !. -


IS HEARD IN THE. VICTOR TALKING MACHINE 4 Cmmru With Whl fc<1: Emdlalt Jmtf !, I

.,The Victor la-*o perfect that it it often mistaken for the human rolce aw4 Lawyer Uaro StrvccleoUHondreds =""-
of leaf> of cases have Ii I
; tfst
., proving of delight to th01lU.l1da.11aat 0
., a neyer falling source '
I not yet elucidated alt.< tlyj possible
to none. To all lovers of good music, the Victor Is an iniplra-
I;points of difficulty In the English law.
No matter bow much entertainment there U at home the Victor to Here is a remarkable problem with

, ways welcome. Yon can at all time listen to band, orchestral, songs which the Blackburn lawyers have Joitt Good
,. that thousands of people flock to hear In crowded resorts. There I been t confronted: tAn English gentleman -

JH 6 limit matchless will recite had twin iOfls who were born .
> to the variety of MfcUoni this Instrument ::0:
1 within a few mlnatis of each other. He k
tor yon..Records In stock VICTOR RECEIVED THE GRAND PRIZE I I
made a will that his property In Ana- f
AT'THE 8T. LOUIS EXPOSITION; THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD : t
trails should go to; whichever of the
. MIAMI FLORIDA 12th STREET t two( sons arrived atj;the are of twenty Stylish 1

':a:. T. "W-XJ.AT, : : '.EEL: A.I: The first.;younger of |the|: two emigrated to ; of Quality .

.
instralla, while the,other one remained
J in England and the former wu still I. ft I IBeing
J b the antipodesst; the time of his t

coming: of age. Now, Australian time
Dade: Pharmacy :
II\ some hours ID>dvanee of Green. 1. .
rich, and therefore the young man well dressed isn't a question of
809 Avenue,DAs rat there was tw nty-one before bis .. 'j
elder brother at horns. Which of these spending] lot of money-its a tjuestion of j
a new candidate for your patronage it is but just that we two brothers is legally entitled to the I
tate our claims. Our stock is new and the purest and best J property The question has not yet going to the right store. Most In.y tore has :: a
that money'can buy. Oar .service will be equal to the best. 1 been decided and In the meantime

We lire in the building:' and will take pleasure in I readers may exercise their own sen-: fairly good'suits as far as thread and- cloth i is : 'i

demands at all hours, day or night I men upon It || .
supplying p
your Are eggs egg, or are only bens' eggs concerned getting! distinctive style and a .J

D eggs T This may swim a ridiculous question :. .
,.Prices: Reasonable.. 809 Avenue but nice nhiktes of meaning are read| fit is another matter.: 1 l j
I
-.- 1 Involved, and a core{ which turned upon -
4 it went through iwo or three court .
Dt law. A lady lK'ui'an order for a dozen I 1

Investigate Before Investing : eggs to a dalrytuan.. and be sent her But that's what you get herb at a price ::
i locks' eggs. She sett them back. not
. I being what she ordered! but be refiued you can easily afford. In fact you can't afford ':

sr Wind" Power 1 to UL them. Six,In turn, declined to not to wear the kind of clothes I we sell. '. ... ,I
r 1 keep them, and, moose tlm,elapsing between 3.
L; Haabeea. adopted by the, beat people of the country as the I their journeys fronMhe; house to The mere rise in your own estimation, and s 1: *.
;.Usftheapest power for raisin water. Note the people who have a I the shop, the egjsfrent bad and.even-
hot air too if wanted others,.that our Schloss clothes give you that
,them, thetFDIlh' have steam gas and they, I tnany the shopkeeper soea tbClady for .j. !
it: r&ndle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this I
.L
II.I 6d. their value| > prospero u s, well-groomed lock is tn1 biggestkind
beengranted
: mechanism that I have just
i business and with my pump The county court, Judge ordered her
patent oa.>J will guarantee to double the capacity.value I to pay, declaring that dncks!eggs were of a cash asset to any man. 'The picture ',t
and fife.of any,wiad mill outfit. Any infringements will much others. But the 1:1
:.u eggs as any shows one Schloss style. Many othe costing .
-f .b e procecnted., & 1 __________ lady appealed and king's bench i reversed sI
: the decision;on the ground that from i: ,

|C| H&fBRRYCocoaau( Grore / Florida, when a party ordered ens bens eggs !J .;
were meant, and if any other contention '
were admitted! any -kind..of eggs ;L I : V
.might be sent, curb as pigeons'.,canaries' ; $10 to $2 1.: V

R ITTy'BROTHERSifne or even rattlesnakes;Ducks'eggs, '(.J )i :
it was decided:were not eggs In the eoam. *;
.ordinary meaning the term.the > f., .

his Are children grandctujdren T, In the legal of a sense man also this See them : -

Shop question Is not so.absnrdlss: It looks, 1- "
: 1I 1
: Gas and some time ago It was most seriously fOur ,

Agents. for the NevrJSra Engines." Gasolene! courts and that laboriously according. contended to act of In.parlia the New Stock of- Winter Overcoats just in .

SPECIALTY meat they || t, I .-. t
and kerosene engine repairing a were. I
.. ;Th. particular act In question, passed I I IR.w.IncDEs322 '( .
i in the reign of the late Queen Victoria, !
Work
General Repair laid It'down that:.|the father and the
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|S08 SEVENTH STREET.. MIAMI FLORIDA grandfather, the mother and the grand 0
I -- mother and the children'of any poor
person being of .Ut Icient ability snail

relieve and maintain any such poor per. .

Ltidson Cycle Co.Agents on." U I f ..'
The argument was that. according to TWELFTtI f
STREETfi fi fiI.umJIulIlmlPI
the context grandchildren were to be .
\ reckoned .. children for this purpose. j

i For:the-. Just as grandparents were reckoned as %
j parents. On the other side it was argued
'- -' -'- -
r = 'that grandchildren were children -: '0 '. -' ......; --:- .
cycle Hudson and Pierce then 'K1'Ut-' raDdcblldren .were ( . 0 0 Oy0040OOL I000
Bicycles children also and,that a man might In .
00000
this way be called Jipon to support b!.

"The that rides 'Hudson wears the smile =- ,father and mother his four grandparents -. "
a ,
man -- -
...- his eight grett-grandparents and Best
The Thing Earthjs EartrVitself'WtS4eaflt
on k
L: that won't come off',' The streets of Miami as many trandchibjr'en and great grand --
+ children as be might be lucky ,or unlucky CI ,

lj3Bare full of'such people. If don't believe it, enough to possess. j| ( f .) .
.', ,.. .. .you. _. Is skimmed m.llt.tnllk2.'A man askedtor i. 1 ,
glass of mitt to drink and was \I .
YOU
tJItCOME::::: AND" ,LET CONVINCE, r". given skimmed milk and the purveyor (t1I'U
fined for It. ;'But In a higher court ,
'i" -- the decision war reversed, It being con : :
,Mytbinyaad/Everyth'alg
f D tended at the time,that skimmed milk i ;-
,
;. pertaining to the ..BiJ"L JCIe was really much gore milk than milk i ; .! r : : ,r } (r
JJ ,
that was not skimmed, since the latter

; And don't 'tbe Number contained something. that was not milk o.:..Riverside Addition Bay:. View Addition '
Forget*. _.._ ___ .at ail-that cresAu-London Tit-Bu! : ,
r w
-t r- ... i SKtyenave
;, '. .UtftarF c......_-i O: Three splendid; residences,are.now being recently platted and PLC d'Oe
.
iOtJ1AVfNUeD' .' ULLCNDORP BLOCKkModeiBathroorn .How strange tire literary colaci- and the fourth, a handsome :
the j
market SO choice lots
on Biscay
deuces oecasbnaltals illustrated in the 4 I tone building has just begun. Many other ; o

of Thackeray and Dumas.Thickwe ; ; ,high'class homes'will be built there within. Drive,.near..tbehoeol, Rev. Dr. Bsder and '

I army says: "1 me:bear writing a book 0 ;, 'the next three'months. We hare Just con although the plot has lost been filed already'severs ; '
m the same subject. "Lea Trots Moat:: all removed all the ) been '
: 4. tracked to hare the trees lot nave sold and will be Improved ,
jnetaJrea and'taking:;.1L:d'Arttgnactor ,o -
j::" .' II berg..D'Artagnan. wa-, a reAl .r V "owners ot. lots are arranging hate the at one... Ftr 4ho.who want desirable i. V :
my
'
: }. frocks! taken off aad lots cleaned and leTcIled."Ths .
e Iithemet: essential FJU' character of the age of Louis roV:and ti.l : building lots,overlooking &the bsj.hlgk: ,. ,
; J: water and sewer piping Jits been order.
remember
,
bis-own
ki z 2' : ore.of,the :modem hone wrote picking up a dlnjy;.;copy of them on an 0! ed and will be laid U lIMn ai received. Then and beautiful and!I yet cheap, here ft their S 4

as it is a necessary con rid bookstall In London price sixpence .I r will follow the street ..vlutC. Lots here are opportunity. These lots will be sold at |1M. <

I ,fort to_ray home.: Bette and Intended to make something of It. ti. selling and 1186.00 for |in 1M two,88 out fetus$164,NO.In BRIDGE one rear; each on.the easy payment plsn. CALL and

l t put;money in. perfectiaj But up everything.Dumas got*'.ahead A Coincidence of me. He quite snaps as TOLL charged to anyone wbo burs lots orul LET UL SBOWl' YOU THESE, LOTS. 0

,the saaitary jstem, there remarkabft occurred with Sir Conan .\ -- ,

,i 'by Insuring tae health'ant Doyle; for centra!|,figure.. He learned ,"
comfort"'of ynr family while spending a holiday In a mountain ,< Rivermont Furnished Houses o

.. than sing'.it tor fia Inn In Switzerland that daring the win r ..
ter months for some reason two men t"
\. 1 .furnishings.Agta.: for tIN remained occupation. For four or Wiboth most of, the river front lands on. have large list of Fur*it bed Houses,
We
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sides from the oity limits nptothe
.C 'to.J' .. lYe months- they ywere Isolated from .")... General Lawrence place. Parties desiring to lease for tM season ranging in prie .".
the rest of the wO 14.. Suppose ODe of .aoerag* lands Including riparian from fifty; dollars a monthp.. s... for lisa /
faJay: Them went mad or committed suicide 0 rights,should consult us. We can PLEASE AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION: NOW o

r : or- The possibilities were endless:He I... YOU AS TO LOCATION AND PRICE. ,if you expect to spend! the. winter"in.Iflamilz
.
forthwith determined to embody the '
Idea In a story.' On his way home be 0 I I '.

happened to plck.a book of tales by'Uanpassant I b asy,Ml i d parts of the city we hire choke lots. resldeacesi nd busteess bouses for aJe d are ,
JciQNAbD Then In It; under the
; : "," ). title, T/Anberge be found himself. ,:. .prephred to pobtMt to laveston tberasyroadtoOdsoloe He, e are a few...costars otters : '

ortstailed In every. particular.:

;La Twelftlt.Street.. Ml .L'.n.-rld .... .., l 4 -- '"-- 21Mo11..a..u. la the baart of tIM city. I t loU M 5tk Mnrt. BicfMt teat ttm tiilimD. nipo lilo r oo.A :- '.
; ;;P..r.e. at ....... racer... SIS*** aack. W..nJt 4o..... tiW t.n.at.t91.sack .WeiI.1I4 mln big op.ii. .
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It may,not bet known Oat tne.fs- mt"**' lot a ran at fW: : '
V ITMjS ) "| Mroit y, .'e.ei".oral
mmar ontant cassock of a Catholic o *, T1iiotaeiZtstr..lyo(.!*k50SJOfor ,. A, ,1
or .-. I Uoa4 two-Mary f. iUnn.an mtttn hbt.l.t..ktka lot -
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pri.at'.war.the f*jannent'habitually aaJeallJJlD"y.UtmMaM let far n.xoa.fLJOSS.. u4*wily I_y..c a..rewltk" ......T.elk. sal ()
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ran by an gentlemen np to comparatively -, i\ llotoaTthitm-t for. Easily CM o*a ywr M V*f.... ........ Yen 7.5 fwt tnw. O.utkW s
Un tUJi: Chase&JHarney; ,recent' time, though it was nevi 4 sunk_tb ram,ris-M. 4 ram ....... K accwrf ......, for CMI\.ar.: ....... ': :; .- ..
always necessarily Uack.1 There to,a 4. riMSCwmUac.fortUMM. _&114- ....... |I. Tlw ra .". ...... !ifig. M" e .
< _. ** witkoat tk.lot., .
s f _I. worU th*eric*. Lot 1 block 41. < portrait of Dants:weertaar 00*of 104.... < tots a..._. Okra..atSOO.OS a.4 lot OB Ink vtrceU sat last thlx ootko Market la a...l_ .
: SUCCESSORS step length made"BO an unmistakable 4 .OIlIer_i4ptoprtim., .. beatm!.tk*e,y,feOSMS, I bus..l, .rN.ssssu t
Vaek.

:,,CHASE HEEL.taco V"i Fire. ,,; r .w pi' Nina wet-ray"not pattern Fran;;); And gentlemen.'long gowns.,The, 4 ,'1 ,,,. No mistier what jon want we are"in i -position to"saTe joa3'mote. ';We have had more than
;.j' habit ,of a friar was the 4.
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FRUlr'ANDVEGETABLE 20 yearn experience in this business in Florida and have a record for lever havingfailed to make
AccidetttaucfPACKERS garment worn by the shepherds of 4 0 money tor those who purchase on our ad rice.' Come,and let us jive yon a few pointers.. o to ..
Cmbria In Bt Franda time and
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prob-j We will be pleased to show yon even though yon do not care to invest '
ably fOr centuries! before and i .
TornadoInsurance Tbsrto evldencf .enoaga of.this In V

Cash baler. 11I ear,own times..tfont;: trartli,oataldathe ,( i .
narrow" Dmlta of western cMUsatt.a. -
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t jrH.Tatum i Company 0V
Irate- 'Tbe man oe! woman wtao goes
east will see skirted men tI..bPmtJahIeti ---:A
Aruba CsthmeriM.i Bart. ( :

:Material l mans;. Chinese.'yspsins,:Ia 4 to ; [Dealers in Earth I. .
FIDELITY. BONDS mention only; a fl'lr. 'Tbe tinsel* Wfar-- : V ; '
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ate system of wetter Europe,though .
IP tIlt indEm IIl..t. ocL : It seems to the nntrayel.d eye as fixed : Rooms 8, 9 sad.10. Fristett Btiil lag, Miami, Floridai
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lid Hoi i Btnr AGENCY]Iff MIAMI and unalterable as.;the pyramids. Is butt i '

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INDIES'! AID SOCIETY THIS YEAR'S CORN CORP YIELD -
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rJl i; "t pi 'r'1 t 1u Of First[.J M. E. Church-Elected' Officers Washington, Nov. 10The total r-i! I
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!for the Ensuing Year' -" corn yield estimated of the till United, be 2.707,983.000 State" primarily y 1 Holiday

_____ho___u__hO_u____u____h_---__ ._____ The [ d1es'"Aid Society**ot the!j i busbe's the present year. *
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-- Fret; Jjethodlst t Church, met at the -
J. H. Cheatham to Build and among the o'dest: jewelry houses I .1 COUNTY COURT Shopping
I home t>fj Mrs. L. A. OB borne yesterday i I II 'x a
J. H. Cheatham the popular clothier In the State and at present Is calling affnoon. After the usuat rourme t Fr
and haberdather is having ground attention to their holiday articles.con-
broken today for the erection of a slstlng of diamonds, watches, jewelry, of1suslneb8 the election, of offlcers -: What is Transpiring In This Tribunalof J, made easy
for the next six months took
modern and up-to-date stone residence clocks, silverware and novelties: uS' Justice f
i on Ms lot on the south side of Four- ually found In Christmas stocks. This place niid resulted as follows: ,,- .,.,,., Write for our new catolog,
teenth street between Avenue D and I firm is a close advertiser and the fact Mrs-1.; G Porter, pre-Meut I All of this morning's session of-the i" over 100 pages illustrating
Mrsi[)[. V. Brown,vice-president.
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i C, The stone win be tarnished by the that it has given the Metropolis patronage County Court was occupied in the taking I ; .
Rose.Concrete Stone Works and the shows that It has Investigated burs Miss;Maggie Wilson Wilson, ,treasurer.secretary. of evidence In the case of the 040 Silver 'mounted Diamonds. Watches
i dwelling when completed'will be one the standing of the Miami papers in State vs Paul Fisher and O. 8 Andrews
The ipdies decided to hold their ha- 85 :
Cologne cents
of the most 'commodious and attrac circulation and business, and deter- V charged with aggravated assault : Jewelry. Clocks.
i zaar December 2, 4 and 5. The meet-
Uve In the. city. What does It mean? mined that It beats them all.Homeseekers \ The case was unfinished when '!
3 initials
Is the Question being asked by }lr.Cheatham's ing teen adjourned to meet at the 'the noon recess was taken. engraved Silverware. Plated,Ware.,
many friends. ArriveA home l>! Mrs Edwin Ke'son nest Thurs. Yesterday afternoon Asa Davis, Without extra charge; Holiday Novelties
i ilay affcrnoon. charged' with assault and battery and
party of homeseekers from Ken- f I !
I Frank assault,
Reybold. aggravated
More. Space Demanded tucky Tennessee and other parts of f I _
POWERS WILL ATTEND I were given trial by Jury and both dls- Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mafl orders receive prompt and careful alleatlol'I''
,Owing to the demand for floor space the West arrived in the city ths: .
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and will remain PEACE CONFERENCESt |charged. :,
and work room having outgrown the.1 morning here several I if ,
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I There are a number of cases still
capacity. Contractor J R. "Scott is' days sightseeing and looking over I I ,
.1( I remaining on the docket andIt Is Greenleaf & Co.
engaged in building a fifty-foot extension real estate with a view of settling.All t Petersburg Nov. 10- Practically 1 Crosby
to the rear of factory building of them are well pleased with genera I all.i e powers have accepted the 'hardly probable that It will be cleared ; ,*f
of the Miami Sponge Mattress and conditions and It Is more than invltatfon of Emperor Nicholas'to be I this week A notable feature of theY Jewelers and Silversmiths, .
Pillow Company, south of Fourteenth likely a large number of them will represented: at the second peace con-j, ternx l IB the few convictions being se- '
Street, between Avenues D and E. The locate. Another party of homeseekers ferencea The program which Russia ,cured. L 4J1 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Flofidar !I .
business of"this concern has grown fronj the same section will arrive will supmlt will be elaborate and Isi I iI -
being the I ,Calling cards, handsomely printedat 7I
'here now at
'M rapidly In the few months that ItW' next week. prepared foreign office.
been.. in operation that'a large |{|The date of the conference has ,!, the Metropolis office. I : : -4.y.' : _
filed
force"'tJl competent' hands are now nee-Elks: will CelebrateAt been ffft for next'May. 1 1'" .! 71.
ewarjr"along with the Increased room the regular meeting of local
to enable* It to ketp partially abreastof Lodge No. 43, B. P. O. E. held last I I r ...
':the demand for Its 'products. .Its night it was decided to celebrate the HOTEL ARRIVALS. I The I .,Ir.A.
latest: creation sponge' boat fenders, taking over, or occupation of the new j .." ,
and bOat,cushions, are. meeting with I club rooms, on the night of November ARRIVALS I
a"greatly unexpected' access and the I'I'it 23, with a spread and musical and lit Southern -, Thomas E..O'Connell,
company is now putting up a,large erary program and commIttees': were West ;Gtbesler. Pa. :aultlesslorsheim 1 i it
'order for Mr. George E. WbrtMngton.ho appointed to prepare for the same.The San..arlos B. Creole, New York; f t ,,r a
will be sales agent and handle new quarters will be on the third floor O A-f!trober. CincinnatiBlscajne t 'I
the articles In connection.with his or the Townley block which bad been Mr and Mrs J.W.Wood.
porting goods' boating,supply establishment. fitted and arranged !In accordancewith wallJ.f.1ttaPUtcua.| Ga.; J. S. Jones, [
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These fenders and the desires of the Elks. These Tampa, J. N: Jones, city.
n loU have to be seen.and' examined rooms are now about complete .and @
t to be thoroughly'appreciated., will! hare been. furnished by the 23d, !

'STwe ';on I"which' dale they will be permanenty 'itt.| PAPERS'FllE Don't Be the LastMan For the.man I
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NeW. AdvsrtlwnAmong occupied. It Is, the Intention of GAL J who cares 1 Il
the new advertisements appearing the 'lodge to have rooms second to
:In:the ,Metropolis this after- none In the State in point,,of fittingsand Deeds Florida East Coast RailwayCo. in your town to order \ IC t'
Boon care, those of'the Miami Hardware convenience and to make the first las.Mnrray for $75:lot It.block new garments for the fall and I Ii i
Co. of this city and Greenleaf commemorating occasion one long to 10, Claw's addition to West Palm winter season., Have them C! .
A Crosby Co Jewelers, of Jacksonville be t remembered. J!Beach I made byJohn !
The Miami Hardware Company Is anew Warranty deed. J. A. Damn, to Gen:
concern operating here but a few Stanley Kltchln&of Stuart Is In the Slattoirfor 500. lot S, block 3, Miami.! Sewell & Bro. !1 I .
months. 'It carries a fall stock of city today transacting business aDd Warranty deed Mary and W. B. 1 I
goods mad bids fair to rank among greeting friends.Mr. Bricked j to J. A.' Dann for $300 lots Miami's foremost clothes makers I '
the most; prominent of Miami business 5, ISjand!,,, 19. block 3, Miami.: They will be up to datein The Florsheim feels as soft and comfortable, to
konseal It,will stand yon wen In and Mrs. O. W. Robert' and deed, Ella M. Holmes and '
Warranty Rememberthe foot !shoes from the first time
your as
,hand to examine their,goods and prices I family, of Baaslnger. PeSoto County l husband to Ivy M. and Chas. Skinnerfor every respect. old] you
before, buying. 'elsewhere., The' have,moved to Miami to make their $10J not 1-2 lot 2,, block lO.Erlck- ; spot. put them on. r don't have to. be "broken
... Greenleaf& Crosby Co. lathe largest future home.', J son's "spbdivlafon. 336 ,BISCAYNE HOTEL BLOCK In." We call them faultless because they are 4

'" ... -', the only strictly t j,high'class;. hoe< ,that cprrjbine. } ;. \ ,'i

t-i: -. -. the very latest {touches of style with'*perfect J-

;J-: .. I comfort and long Wearing quantities. Price $5.00Miami : ,
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Shoe Co
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L. M I Are you still wearing! your old seedy out-of-date ': :,

a. :straw or f felt hat ? P Chaps you have been Chinking Sole 1 Local Agents >t Y

of getting 'anew |l was merely waiting i 'for !, '.' ., r i

the neW, shapes to come in ? ? ;?' ? ? .. -, t \,
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have just received- our big shipment of 1906 \Ii o' Fishing Tackle, Eastman *,,:

.4 ,felt hatsin the new, Knox and Youn Bros. styles. Vftti Kodaksl Kodak Supdries, w

", All ,are Beauties i and: as most-stylef are medium, it* Nassau Shells and yacht Supplies ,=| .

; wdebrims..tHeyare! just the thing %f a summer j .Ih $E Including, fenders,"o1JshIi ii

'. climate., 'They, keep you cool and byltuming dOYfn. \\\\te) tf ed brass'* fittings. 'launch w""

: the brim, shade your.eyes from the glare of f the street "'., i whistles and. 'side' ligths, Ori

ship clf'Cks. etc. etc. etc 9.!; .

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rjfcJ+:? .3051ithStreedliors' West i Red Cross/Phai'cy &,

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: :Also,,Fawn, Nutria, Belgium: >Etcri '.- .... Vj ark's Oyster &( .Chop! ,: House;i J:

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: '",.. !\, I" Young, .Bros. ,Hats, ,$3.00 r ,., and $3.50 ',: :-1 Sea Food I i Our Specialty'.v' : *
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Knox Hats i .
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MciU henred at all hours.-. 410 12th Street, Miami;_FloniUMli
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BOOKSTORE I RESIDENCE 13OO AVENUE 210. STREET O l' t"1ft I THE UNDERTAKE .

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..STATIONLRY I The smacks Two Brothers and Tyre j

TOYSHOLIDAY [( jjcrsonal_ J1l- wjJiOf$ < J came grounds In this with morning a total from catch the of fishing about WHY NAVE THAT

40,006pounds of Spanish mackerelDr. TIRED FEE-ING l'I pyrdeCURE
GOODS Dr.-Wye.:. Youngs, with a party of Mrs. Albert Hills and little son. ORDER A CASE OF I

friends,, will spend Sunday at the. Harold of Denver.: Colo, are the E. : THE BUT..
H. Armstrong the eye and _
beach: charming guests of Miss Sadie Kolb I Cigars
within reach when shoat.
nerve specialist of Jacksonville, will

01 Tier SI Will Mrs. C. M. Brown, who reslJes on on the Boulevard for the wlDter.t'i | be at the Hotel BIscayne, on No\. 25, TonicBrew ,Better bare one or two good.motes
than a dozen of Inferior
\ 26 and 27.Seeing quality.
208121rSTREETBOOKSTORE Eleventh street and children! w2 Furnished Riom. $2 per.week. Levr- i _____ Havana tobacco may be high pries*
leave tomorrow for Key Wrest to Ii"'Restaurant ffilO
Avenue D.
but that does not.,prevent'u gvlf:7our
spend. the winter. y. Miami hjr automobile. Lot- ;,
h customers the excellent
The coasting schooner Reliance ton Jk Elnlg.: opposite<< postomce.. have ;
: HAVANA FILLER FOR B earn .
Sheriff Joe :Perry; of St. Augustine, sailed yesterday afternoon for Key an i up-to-date car for hire. I --4': ..

st. Johns county,who was In the city West with considerable.. freight and a a fine new brain tonic, i ,The Norms Martin makes a ttvt .,
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yesterday on business upturned to umber. of passengers.i Fine new house for from the Acme 'Bott- good smoke, having tke fan asses' .'!%..
Aft at a big the belt leaf. -
his' home last, nightA i ling works. Our drinksare
.crClce and only part cam, balance I ,
MIVMIJ1A WantedT t borrow $7,500 on isecnrity 'easT monthly payment / H. TatumA pure and fresh. HAYES :
party of twenq-0ve or more Chicagoltea valued',it $20.000. Interest'.at: : Co. We use!only fine gran- ; '(

: are expected In Miami to- 8 per cent Apply, to'Beck, Wilson I ulated in THE CIGAR MAN, ;:

day. They come'mtlnly for the purpose Huddleston, Batchett Building. sugar syrups OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCATNK*
.. I of seeking winter homes. t if Try those homemade cakes and pies 1
Mr1. ..
at Lester's. '
Mr. and |D.,c.' Davis Mr. and Fresh supply every day. Acme'Bottling r. c.

: 'Furnished houses tor rent for the Mrs. Damon Waller, and Mr. and'Mrs. I Works Brossler & Sal-

WeHayec at f 40 to $300 per month. ?. Millard Garneit, of Cannier 'Ky.. I Best table board $< per week. L....i*' Successors to C. C. Carroll the

:'Brosner ft Son successors to C. were among the excursionists to arrive Restaurant,. 013: At cane D. tth Binti.I w.at of IccFactotyLMclvorlaw. I Homeseekers Agent.

: .l Carroll 214 Avenue D. In Miami jthls morning to make Speclal Bargain List t
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I' ** A' .class eo of the First M. E. ChurchSunday their, permanen, S home. I Furnished rooms at |5 to $25 each This month!f we offer the following *

1 school- ( t I per,month. F. C. Brassier A Son. M. D. D. D. S. list of property and would be
enjoyed a trip on the The glad to into the details with
a good enthusiastic steamer, BIscayne went downn li niccessors go yon
many \ to C. C.
Carroll 214 Av
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I bay last,evening Everyone Physiclln If
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heartilyappreciated the extension ;operations; ,this morning and Surgeon you watch this space yoa'will ,'
friends nue.D.
among housekeepers the-pleasure of the occa with two litindred or more laborers > I Dental Specialist !,' be able to pick up some good

by unusual values of the sion. The hostess was Miss Stella and a Urge quantity of suppliesaboard. Medical i Dental -aging property. :gIf
Nelson president of the Tieah. homemade cakes sad pies a\ utorr 1 iiuarysad Oral Smmrj. Crow r.s.rc ,
class, her She ,use, towed. one 'of the. Lelier-f.; I IHtrun ol w...*. I I aid Bndrtwort
Cut Glass mother being the pleasant chaperon'? large new r completed'at!' j yon want a good cheap lotl let?.
bar.just us show you the one we haTe .
the on -
yard
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,Wanted-Salesmen In each county THE KET STORE .-trond street, tor 450.
China I for "Message and Papers of the Confederacy ; Second-hand baby carriage will be l RAI A new '4 room house and lot -

,"' compiled .by Hon. J. D. As per Instructions, of the city sold I! cheap. Apply to 1000 Bout. House painted and ] aadJIt.t::..
A ; council therneirclty charter.has been r IS HLPUi good condition for a" short time

sand';, : i Richardson. Exclusive territory lib.eralremonentlod typewritten In'The minute' book ol I y su__ 3.sh, only *$500. "......_."" ...._ .,..1). ,
Silverch Address tor '.71"J. ;r ; "good "business
\ I par '* ,::-7.ar or residence, :
Oat Wy fW+work what done '1 '
,$ ticulars. F: A. Smith 120 East Monroe the 'l corer a L A SAFE: PLACE: Property on Avenue D and 3rd sti ":-t;:
'" find here and street, Jacksonville. Fla. county clerk's orate and The First National Bank Miami Fla. Avert and lOOn on 3nU,, ;
they t tweotj, ,-tbree closely.". written pages Capita 50000. surplus 112500. Four Com PostCards This property has a/d wetting, ban< ',S;:,
j away. It Is about and fruit trees on.it; Cheap, cash:.*
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If you want a real cheap lot on ., f. :per cent paid on savings.. .1 1 house
time to do a little overhauling The lower east, coast.was represented \ J and lot"oQ 14th street, '
5th street ties na quick. J. H- Tatum .1 between avenues Band
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: now to have the, ,table ft'Co. yesterday' by' the ,following prominent H Gr \ house .> Thiifs
r Ajf ( completelyfatniabed,and
land under lay 'control
look Its best,'and most appetizing Florldiansfj; who,. left. .'last nigni ;patetlind* caught are ready for occupancy;baa all arenenceL -'" ,. "
for winter A. for Jackeoadllekto! ; meet the crowd 'of anyone hunting or ; Terms reasonable ';;1'
appetite .. congenial party made a trip to homeseekers who arrived there last trespassing win be prosecuted to the cash, balance I, 2 and 3 yean. part Investigate .

Cape Florida .last evening, enjoying night. :,,Messrs. .B. V. Blackmail, of KIt extent"of 'the'law. R.. L. Mm, agent this j... f .J.K; ..

the outing extremely; The moonlight ami. Chas.' B: Emerson- of Fort Pierce -- If 'you feeling come I A nice country ,:'bovs vt>a maim 'r, .1 t
; nights are surpassingly I glorious are blue tfcoroughtare to .the" _
CI : Allapattab. $
MAYNARDSON A;I Frost and L. .W. Marshal.of .
and an evening spent on BIscayne .. around and see our line of( conntry.nearpoat-0fficescboolaad, .r '
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I Bay never ,loses Its attracu'renea. .... Why not tell comic post ards aud have a store short ride to town. This:' ,J
'JEWELERSilANDOPTlCUNS, ,Dot forget!.that Dr. B. B. Armstrong property has an abundance of all i
)... Plenteous refreshments were served "and staff' .of 87..1 nerve specialists The Truth? laugh. We f also have a large kinds of fruit trees, a'nine-room t'" ':

The JI&rt1'eou1ate.I' of the Misses ;1 of Jacksonville, will bs hert'at line of Souvenir postals ahd house, welt finished, barn and o thoirkes. $
Grace, Susie: and Mary SyneiMrs.Andrews H6tel fine Souvenir China. Seven acres, .iaproved., <" ....
the BIscayne November, 28 !
I Messrs. Bay and Freeman This IS a bargain One-hall cash.. !, t
.HerttoPo5tefflcc. Mlad. flu .and 27n Theyitwjnest that all their t.
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250000.
price _
',. .Moss and Mr.'OIendricks.Charcoal ;We Want f)( !
4 former patients,..I.wtn.. come. b the -hotel I&.L' .. __ j Here is something a bnsiaes .i.F
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s broiler"'for/sale.: tor an Inspection of their cue sadwould' A foot ncui pm was sots L x tonaax property that wont last long Thisproperty ,-11 J
., Dnpas- Invite r# other who .in is within one-half block of .
are
Hunt >
quit ft Monesese make. Apply sELl the post-office. The lot is "25x150 ri:
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110,'1m..atreeL need of their services,,,,. to see them.' .Yo.urMooey _WS EVERt"THINo- feet and has a ;..1
strictly modern two
Don] Sell BogsBSSHBllSSSSSSSlSSasSflSSSlS: S '." -AND SELL IT CHEAPER- J
u __ "'of'. story stone,building, which is 25x75: .' :i
: ,The, weekly dunce at the Fair buildIng air. ana jars/: comer T. weisn. lor-i That its what Chaille feet The first contains a, storY 'V* .....
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I' last night proved mer residents|:!f this city, during' W. H. & So 1 75x75.: the second which is 25x40. .'.1 '.
a very pleasant business for but.we do not i iio divided- into flat
Bui I can give you a occasion. which time Mr. .Wellh was agent,of a containing'fpnr 4
Among the number present the Southern res.Coknpur. expect to rob you to get it 1211 Avenue O large rooms, with bath and, ''Ij
have
were: Mr., and),Ir.. O. (P. Carver halL All conveniences. This prop'J'J} ,
returned .to MIkmLio.'make their' We want to make our store J
: future ii rented
for
Mr. erty the hat
and Mrs. E. C. Romp, Mr. home-i4ade year at.; "
Pointeri and Mrs.'C. M. Brown, Jr.. Mrs C. home, Mr..|Welsh again taking so attractive and our dealings Those. proving chocolate pies atLetner' $WK) 00 and the second, at 720.00..' ..;
charge of the eipress >sce are quite popular. If you want a safe and '; 11
relieving will
so .fair tell profitable
L. Xlm&nles, Misses Irene JauJon, you kre .
.
delicious.For
Try one they investment
"t' -'-- Lee K. Brown sent for the ; secure this .at once.:. ;
: put several friends
WllCe'Hihii. to hereto
l Ethel your come
ELECTRICAL Work Weatberiy.: Miss The price is .i
i reasonable and"
months. IMr. and Mrs. Welsh very -
,
.A.rmltrong.Rae Armstrong, ETa Yarborough : trade.' If you send a balL..m ter ms ea"1' .t '" ;I

L H. BROWN 'Beatrice= ;iXlnianles, ,MacRobinson will friends be'gadiy and: : 'l&Icomed,uaJntance.back by After old child to us for anything W. J. Brown your Inr.! ;; new fixtures Front go Bull to d- grapef-uit I t Here is a and property in a bearingU.. .

Ethel 'Claney. Miss WhM be will orange grove'which.is .
Messrs! leaving here Mr|Welsh was agent of you can sure we Ins corner Avenue D and 11th street seldom offered for sale at theprice -.
den.- Rand, PoUer. ]losar I... _
ectrical Contractor. 1113 Are. C Smith, Bowles. the company alBartow-| -anil'' afterwards give it the best in the house asked. This property coo-
> Xlmanles. Brady. Armstrong one of (its traveling representatives 'for the money. If we have Forty acres flue\ vegetable tan. tins ten acres and has 1475.tree; 1

t" ., Hin LaSaHe.Jones.Moae .Mercer.. CarlinCarbertros'and ,', rap o1s) re-assignment asanent 'Your confidence we know pine and ditched prairie-for rent In.. part bearing. 600 to beer next ,
year, and 300 the
of the Miainl office. quantities to silt; at a bargain I at'' yeas following. .
They will will
ioftArSDairy t you bring your money Here is the list: .
.. "
herns'holes In the pocket!.*I be domiciled iii' |the cosy cottage-.at: here and will feel you are Arch Creek depot This property 50 grapefruit: ,bearing. ', ,i.
corner ::null be sw-n [ be apprrciated'Tfcfsubscriber : "
the; of B and berth 00 J bear ns "
Avenue =t'year.
and a burglar needs. no better Invltatlon street Teased from Mrs. E. S. Thomp- ,getting; full .vaJue' for it. will t found on premise*. 1 300 r: r be3c:in two'1can., ".4: .,

[ Lunch to'par you a ,vUIt. U he finds Out a"t through ihefJ..,.H. Tatum A Co: John R.Webb tf 100 orange.. bearings "r-iW; : ..... *.i1. .
yon keep money la the nou a. *.f i It 100 bear next, .
; real. ante agency.T yon are thinking of sending year. ,,v ,
to 350 budding ato L'
a
:::: your money away catologbonsei 'If
;;;...r ;The easy' friends of Mr. .i4'j : ; >AUlt8T"Amaeihe : we will Bell 'yon the 50 pear.trees (avocado.)' ..1\ JhIOO new lRgtil E:.'B1 Klngjfor; many-year eldenUof I I same bill 5 cents less than CENTAWORD 25 mango trees. '-
/ Mddime ONE T
; celebrated spirit .they. wilL No ODC in town Situated. the famou0nage>'7H. < ,
}Jupiter where Uri;, King was.. .in, tranc ,Tvnslneslmedliua"aBd sclentifl can undersell us. We are not Glade rock road 1 j,'.mile fret fife '- :!
: .aklR, :the charge of .the Western, Union .TcaDleotsea'wul'regret e1 t '! .' city., The and t
"i < palmlst| bats bet ia'lllami and cutters, but we will hot allow ooooooocooocooooooooooKb price terms are ....\
graph and : to I to cat us. We believe .. that will move this promptly ,ir
anyone
.
:' Is J located at MS Avenue Ucli ,. ,a
Bwhere A54
now. "
t' aad neatestxrooHirfi ,:'din- learn of their' remoral'from ,Juplte r 'will founi; the ugh buyer should have a. Foe .... -roealre atilia qurterad dce. oaIr rollertcyf1" interested write or.call. at coax } i .
:: -, I 1. she ,. ,for the winter .ea- : :better -than the i' ;; ..' -
and pane coaaQ'.1O! West price time
to Key ; where I Are.D .
Amae reads "" nckaan offer for .M Victor aetordlwnw 214 betwect 2tJ Si: .
the son. Madame life from 'customer a aJ.3rl i
; cty.PLACE .! and' f t. 'METROPOLITAN TALKINQ > 4 '" :
hey will make their future home, Mr
-
tie cradle tIIecraye'-wltJa MACHIKB CO. Ot Mala 8U, JackwaTill. : -1 '
ole .: I K1. n 'assuming a_position In the cab k! to' absolute rue Ou+btw ar.. [P. O..:. Box: -457..Miami,.Florida.. n' :i
AN IDEAL '' J coreectaea. If]In trouble her ad we give him'a discount .. ;
office attLat placeT They were.eogeri -
;. :) pas- vice1 .
Her
wltl' "you. fees
( TOR. LADIES i ':going "out"-QD' the 'steame i,: reasonable'help AJt are.InviteJ to sue can ,, of (Opencent Miami Con vatory. of Music: :
the City wed '
ffCeaoected '. I Martinique to Island her *..*.*.. "
on, . ,, -,-. ,
with a'saIoen' nesday night.. "', : for '
ash ou'ncrythiag'except 225 Ti eUlh Street '
I r'We .1 baVs'.a' ; finflarge tent suitable NAILS, PAINTS AND OILS i

every day atglass. ;' .abuse no Lott to erosion' ? 12th for'family'use fat salt or rent214fAvenne C, Want franklin Cotemaii I Bush* Dite tor. S
street,bridge to'aii, one who buys a : ;Wtt Your Money : f
.. Ugbt rc- ,i lot' In' C. 'CanJI.1.:! .D. ; 4 European trained faculty. An artist in charge of each de-xbrV
*
of ?
us Riverside .sMiami '
or to any on : ; *
meats served dur. i ii meat Piano, Pipe Organ, Voice Violin Mandolin Elocu-
who rents and'occupies a House on "t. tion Physical Culture French ,
|jag i ail:bears.I .' any' 'otnld'lotL., ,We'BST. decided REWARD ; Hardware ny and History of Music Class,*:*German Burrow's and Spanish.Kindergarten IIarmo add :-.

I to self tickets to regular, patrons at Iwiu.iuT. $25or( evidence to convict Primary Music Classes ::' :, :: Send for catalogue.

I door east of Avenue D on 13th'et I halt regular rates., "Cat. -ana see persons of iUalinc fruit from my 12iI 51. East of CoortHoose ; :-
:J.,M. K lllamL, Diplomas Granted i
ProaiBmldin, |Maim ?!a I: u' J.:H Tatum'ft Co- trove. Upon. Graduation.

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PAGE SIX THE DAllY 1 MIAMI- METROPOLIS. MIAMI!, FLORID_ ; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1Q05PATRIOTIC : -


And in connection with the objects ation I at and for the articles ok' Incorporation -Bell known as one of the persons described -

OLE BULL 1 hereinbefore enumerated, to establish of the Miami Transfer} Company I In and who subscribed his
'FItTI TS
,,.,,. Gre.le.t P.lltte.l I.I.e.ee I.. LEGAI 1D EIIE 1i i and conduct and permit the establish ind did severally acknowledge :Ito name to and executed the foregoing

....... a.rw.r. ------ ment and operation of any business me I that they executed the; same j trtlcles of incorporation as and for
--- --- - -
What; was it that' made Ole Bull WO and ln|addition thereto the city: tax which may be conveniently carried oil. for the*! purposes and uses therein exIt the articles of ,Incorporation of the

desirably Ilio gn'uteet! ixditJval tufluk CITY ORDNANCE foreclose liens for Uses on real and the establishment of which maybe presseoJ- ]Ulami 'iransfer Company and did ao-
. -- to
hi Jh liMory or moilim Norway'7be I
t have hereunto ] that he -
conducive to witness whereof I mowledge executed the same -
indirectly
lie
directly or
rtJ of the objects of the corporation, set mjj i hand and official seal, this 2<1 1(or the purposes and uses thereto ens
lie TOktst the i"*at> ntl. bis own Yoliwa. of the City of Miami, prescribing, issued|>y him to be charged as part of any '
that of1 but of t., well as to contribute. subsidizeor day oft October A. D.. 190 I pressed.
IK i'''ii! iut. one duties and powers the costs for collecting the unpaid taxes as ) j
went severely. .IwinH'd of EuroM-an littautvm. their respective tot 'I privileges and personal prop- otherwise aid or take part in any N. P. 3. May Robtnsbn. It witness whereof. I have hereunto
of office and providing on.
ills im-truuifutul iuuM rj and terms : such operations. Notary Public. ut my hand and official seal this 24 ,
and the sum.of 10 cents for each
was vrmpkle'and the twbnlcal Jill: t heir compensation I cry, My -< ommisston expires May 124908. lay of October, A. D. .lIO$.
conics of bla foui| focus have IffUKID Be it r.rlained by the City Council, assessment of city taxes, certified! : by Without In any particular limiting
State f New York :R. P. S. Oeo. O: Sheppard.
for UH moat part UDperformaKc: the City of Miami: him at unpaid against real estate to any of the objects and powers of the ) .

Hut Mozart was' his chosen tbcuif juf Section 1. The government: o' the I the cir'council, and. payable by the 'corporation it is hereby expressly de- Count* of Niagara. as. J JOn Notary Public.

wortltwd with such .'ardor of conMVrattoD I : clared provided that the corporation this day personally appeared before Patterson ft Erwin,
shall be carried on byJic city. | '
Miami |
.f ,
I city
that the whole \i\- tie for .
raugi/of
issue bonds James T. Bmndage.to| me Attorneys Ineorporatora.Miami
to
officers, to-wlU TheScIty attorney shall receive the shall have power ,
IIutlMnfore following
works bad for him uo Mi-ret I
bi| $300.00per year, and In additioff nd other obligations In pay
fauw; WMH of that order tLaan A mayor a city council consistingof sum I i
gone door. Statesmen and cbl.-i nine members, a board of commla- hereto, be shall receive a fee sent for property purchased or acquired i'I

1ptJI.ln1IIliie Bismarck and Von! Moltk- I'sinners of public works, consisting of of $5- lor each suit instituted by him by It, or for any other objectIn r

were his intimates, and be was thollcoiitxlaiit. city to freflose, liens for taxes on real or about Its business; to mortgage' ,
treasurers
To world artists like U.zt three members, a city Business! Directory
'
clerk a municipal property, and liens for laying sewers or pledge any stocks, bonds or other
Chopin and .Mendelssohn, be was owi marshal, a city
who shall and :street and sidewalk improve obligations.., or any property, real;personal
brotbrr. Indeed, curious pbygica Judge, a city tax assessor
mentijtogether wlita 10 cent of the and mixed which may be acquired -
rrwmitlance per
between Ltext and Uiuisel also be the city tax collector and a '
I I
kd to maiij amusing contretemps 01tbfc city attorney, all of whom shall be amount. of the recovery providedthat. by It, to secure any bonds.notes The-Out of Town Buyer land those within the city will find In the Y

> afore. And sovereigns, dlplo the qualified voters of said In nvent" shall such fees be charged or other obligations by it Issued or incurred list below the addressee of Miami Merchants under
elected by
nuatlrts and great nobles were al ; to make and perform con- I classified heads for ready reference.
to the city.
proud to name him among their friends. city. And also a cRy auditor, a chiefof j jTbej I
of kind and description
tracts ;
In him, Wen Norway bad found on! the Ore department a city physl- city auditor shall receive the any ,
l'
woo could Bland for her In the higher c'an a sanitary Inspector and city sum of $5 per day for services actually and In carrying out its'business, or THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. BURDINE. A QUARTERMAN
-
Tank of the natlona. learn for her the for the purpose of attaining or furthering I !,
cemetery superintendent, each of ([rendered. Dealers to Groceries Bay'aa1 .
ewts of statecraft and recover UIT of Its objects, to do any and
any
I Dealers to Dry Goods. NoMoaa
whom shall be appointed by the mayor Thlf city cemetery superintendent j Grain. J .
behalf, the trick of thinking like 11 all other act and things which are ,
king.For.this to one of the loetui jntailnl and confirmed by the city council. ihali receive the sum of $100 per now or hereafter may be authorised C:Or. .Te. D and 4th St. 1tlsm1. Fla. and Trflilfff AgaI _

on a penile who are govmwvtj And also a street overseer and city yea 1 -
law, and to exercise any and all K. L. BRADY
by !
foreigner from a f I'tIlJt'at-th:1t surveyor, each of whom shall, be ap- Td j sanitary Inspector shall receive | CO1 300402 Uta St. Wet .-
forget to think of their rouutoan other powers which a copartnershipor Fancy Grocers. Hay draIJI' .
tkry :
pointed by i the mayor. and confirmedby the sum of $360 per year and all sanitary .
.whole, the-habit that. ,i. the secretof natural person could do and exercise { aad lI pea' FerUnze
the board of commissioners of pub ?fees and charges collected by J. B aCREVEN
rulers. and which are now or hereaftermay Fresh FrulU and Vegetable "
.
.
i "let'it war only' a* a man and nol lic *worksSec 1 him;,a'I be authorised by law. > I ": ,>'

19; any mean a. a politician that at 2. AH elective officers shall bold The compensation of the street or- Article 2. The amount of the capital 2tal Street Cor. Ave D., Miami. Fla. Dealer ta Drags. Paten Mad' -

aatocrat could claim the friendship of, office for the term.'Of two'years, or 'I efseef and city surveyor shan be fined stock shan be Fifty Thousand dais Toilet Articles, .Station *!,
J. t LUMMUB
dlatiDphWed artist. Ilia own soy j I
!J crcten felt that be bad,cause for erne until their successors are regalarr \>f the commissioner of public (50000.00 Dollars, divided into Five _

ffeoee when the new readied'RtorkkU elected and, qualified, ,except as to worfyr. Hundred (500) shares of the par nine Dealer la Groceries Grain 1207 Ay... D.; 1Isat. I'IA' ;

,tln t48'of his beading a pro members of the city; council cad com- Sep 5. The salaries of all officer of One Hundred $100.00) DoDan | Hay and FeruUsen. .

I, .eve.ioa In Paris to present the Norwe missioners of. public- rb, who"snail shatlll r paid out
pa colon to,.LamarUne, But eyeD hold office for the'term of four,years andtfchall: be audited and allowed by money of the United States of Amer YOUNGS'PHARMACY. .i;

royal anger told on could'the'II'st not resist rWt;,,the and goofsterns tb or until tJaeti necessors" eaDd elected thefclty 1; council to' like manner as, ice Fifty (60) per cent of said | A. ... CAMPIILLf :trtJdPett;Drags. ToOet r BurDealer

qualified, provided"that of;the othet bills against the city and shall I -
and
Urns vtogd tatUx WltIJp'at the cardeM capital stock shall be subscribed .
bonhomie"tit, Ole Bull as lie- turned! members.t t.of'cltrcoancll' ,' who shad be payable monthly except as hereto paid for. to cash before said corporation la'Dry Oooda ,Oot& Uoaery.; ste PNierfptlollino& '

audde! ly'end old "By the !say; sireyes.ksuld ,.. be elected to office on the fourth Monday provided. shall.transact any business and |: Oenta rBralaUaga.areaae 'carefuHr'compoaaded..'I .

bait" bcnrwltb. us the other: in 0d0b.L D-i'lMS five members Sef.. 6. AJl'or.JlD&llcq', and parts th.,balance shall be payable. to cash 111 D. Miami.I'.,. Avenue & Mod,h
,
JUr-Taris :beB we went to ac "
elate day r.. LamarfiDe.-Marr. ; K.. NobliiaOnitwry. shall hold once for the term' of of ordinances to conflict with the upon can of.the hoard of directors. ,

.- of. four years lid 1 four? membersof provisions of this ordinance, be and Article ,4. The corporation shallcontinue ARMSTRONG., GROCERY CO.un'line THI'RIO' .CROSS PHARMACY

the' city council shall bold office for the ame is hereby repealed and have fun power.to exercise I Dealers 'to Drugs II.......;

the term of two years and provided Patted October It. 1J05. Its franchises privileges J of staple anti fancy groceclea, '
corporate
..
TA' It,.t, Mark .. .......t ? Toilet Articles. Prescription
Aa Jesus wu being led cij>Uve from further, that of the. board of..commissioners 1 r F. H. Wharton and immunities for the. term of f rah meats. vegetables poultry etc. carefuny ,ewmpoaadsL; JIaDt

the garden Imck of Jerusalem one form of public) .works who shall be &Ing President of City Council ninety-nine (99) years from and af t u! orders promptly attended to..

foUowed'the_gnanJ.and'looked. It:was like wbit,' iltte'lDOonllgbt elected totomceon, the 4th Monday Atteit: R. 8 Flanagan, 'ter the commencement of Ita corporate ..lewj Prout Bldg: 11th at. Avenue D I2th St. Cor. Ave C ,Miami. Fta
an ap U Acting City Clerk :
in October. A. D. 1905. two of such existence.
parition.Yliwi the.guard noticed tile commissioners 'shall hold office for Approved October'19. A. D.. 1905. Article 6. The business of -the corporation ::r- t I
figure they sought to lay band uponIt I
when the fi;:are cant off 'the cloth the term of four years and one commissioner U John SeweU. shall be conducted by a boardof '

aI"OWI41t1l form and neaped. SL Mart;; shall hold office for the term U Mayor. not less than three (3) directors a Contractors} Property Owners ,

Is the only historian who mention of two years. The term of office of all president nice-president. secretary

Sun, and mme writers. think St. Mart the ; shall NODE OF INCORPORATION. and .
officers appointed by mayor. treasurer and general manager '
was 'tbe.>SlIP1I'e Other think it war If you don'F t want to SAVE MONEY
expire.with:the 'term: of once! of the ToiVhom U May Concern: such other officers agents and em I
Lazarus can't : If do to
we
come
: ,- -" ,- -- mayor making such appointment Kptice is hereby given'that the un- ployes as may from time to time be heir you. you ,

'
of"a morel L compressed bi shall have all the powers ,sv Napoleon .P. Broward.. Goyeraor directors. Any two of said offices except 1he J. A. McDonald Cp! ::

the editor owing to lak..f space: "Ottokir privileges and perform all the Jutties of the State of Florida, for let- the office of president in the discretion -

!took't! fjuull! lor.aud1, then ,.hitluit. required of an.1'Imposed upon ::.ert patent on t the proposed charter of the board of directors, maybe
hU departure, tlil DO notice ...1 1 1IiU I And Buy Your Building Material --,
them by the 'ordinances of'the hereto attached.! filled by one and the samepersons.
pursuers. meantime a revolver oil
of bin''l>ockcV mud lastly, Ida own, city now in force,'and the'city charter This 2d day o4 October A. D., 1905. The number of the directors 'of the I

llre.",-IJl"ut'lL-he- Lcselialiu.. ... enacted by the Legislature of Flor t j J. T. Brnndage. corporation shall be fixed from time Long Leaf Yellow Pine, and Cypress "

ida. Acts of 1905. J. MBanley.. to time by the by-laws, but the number .

Sea 4. The city.officers named In 8. I.,Patterson. if- fixed at more than three shall of all kinds 'f

CITY.ORDINANCEAn of Ibis' ordinance shall If CHARTER. be some multiple of three. .
section ,
Ordtance to.IJJIeD4'1 Section 2 'of.u receive one as compensation f0r the I I We" the undersigned do aereby act The names of the officers and directors We also sell Lime]I Brick ((4 kinds). Cement, Sash Doors J

services following ate' __.1__ ,_atfiA"* 9mm 4fiA ..car who 'are to conduct the business Mouldings, andj whatever else a builder requiresat '
--'ordinance of the City of Miami for each year .the sums 1 vurveiTc* wKcuier. &ur ,uiv

t ".pOd; An- Ordinance to.roSrld to-wit:. pan of organizing a' body* corporate- : of1 1 the corporation, until those lowest possible figure. .

.. toP .the 'i Issuer ot $8,500.00: Her The mayor ,shall receive, a salary under the-laws of" the'State of Ifiot.Tne elected at the first election shall be You Know Where We Are lath Street, 'Miami, rfc .
'
qualified are: James T. Brundage,
$100.00 fractional :Idasi
tune!; Bonds. of per year or part

'beetlon 'ljr: ,'-Be It' ordained"by, UuCitj' I thereof. following la'the, proposed" char president; J. M.- Hanley nlce'' -pted- 1 j : t'

.terror& thsintended corporation:. dent and general manager; 8. L. Patterson :
::"Conncn yon Ute city! f' ,Miami, I The members of, the city council SEE ,
.
thatCecltoe 2 of er.JfUV1ee of the shall receive the sum of $2 00 for each 'Article lr; The name of the corpor secretary and treasurer and
an
<<
.
I Iat" ttion! shan be "Miami Transfer Com- James T. Brnndage. M. Hanley ands c I
of, Miami.?entitled an ordinance : regu'ar or special meeting when they Dr.Eu'rnha'
pany.and Its principal place of bus ., L. Patterson shan constitute the. t tSpeciahst
personally attend.
U provide for:'the issue of P&oO.OOGf < $:
The commissioners "public works Iri ..' to Dad county, Florida;:;wttb board of directors.
,Reveaae Bonds, .be and the same ,
ia hereby 'amended' so as to re&4' at shall receive the sum of $100 each per priidpal office at Miami Dade,conn-: The'organlatlon and first annual j -I -
l l7oride., meetrnt.of the stockholders shall beheld
t1
X sr. payable quarterly, and in cUe ,,.
follewrra4eseg. Article 2. The generaf nature Of on the lid day'of November A. j :
of the Issue of City Bonds, the com t ,
'ii-That Revenue' Bonds, xcenMr mlsstoners' of'' pub1Jc:'worb shall !'re business)>be transacted tsto..b- D,'1905,.1n: the city of Miami Dade .. '

%.. molded 4n ,section IjbaDIsMiifte arUt'of ;t cent of llsfi, uqutre;'own; equip,operate, con- county Flortda., The annual meetings If *,
ceive -one- one>,per ; are a saff ererf' with Chronic> or Blood l Diseases: All
b. .*& eriea, numbered from :feW duet;and maintain general transfaUtery thereafter shall be held on the second you 4
"J& lnaive tttto.nf.g In-theagpule.to the net ,ProcedB negotlWnganddisbmshgthesame.t female Diseases andDerangements most successfully treat d' '
1 to ,- i" or' other transportation; oust- Monday to January of each-and every ;

,StMl| :e0, against 'theFtrad $ ne '.. year. J Also and Genito Urinary Diseases '
The city marshal .shall.receive the | ; Rectal
eCiersl of the.city of MiatoUa4eMpiutk 'or otherwise to ,The officers and board of director ...
-sen. lease Electrical
of $65 ,month;;, and in addition tto buy, I t ftvni Applassa
njf due'' sliBoaRfe1 sum per f. To,..: a Ia4ym Mid Ui atto.dagc.
> at 150.00, deal or to traffic ta automobiles and of the corporation shall be elected at always l'
thereto, he shall be allowed the '
after date, payable, at the of motor vehicles of aU kinds: 'whetho the first annual meeting of the. stockholders ( "l1atlleA. .
and same.fees as'are allowed 1hedffi ball Jp-Stairs : : ': : .Metropolis. ,Building
,
fit*; of"t11e_city :Measurer, -bear before'the propelled by steam, gasolme!, electric- and at each annual meeting :
municipal court
iBc iittereat( at.:the,,[rate: of.:six (el), cases violation itt or other power. of the stockholder thereafter; bat h ,
for the of city ordinances,
esnt'per ., and the amount election shall act :,
per, annum i if from any cause an
provided that ln"n<< case shall inch =To buy sell lease or otherwise to
reaJia4 from the sate of inch hone ol H of inch annual
be held on the day Co.
& Stone
fees be ehargeable-tigaiast the city. deal or to traffic automobile., andother Southern Marble .
ierwi-Bonds, snail,be carried anercdlledta'the .! ih.It"recelye"theaum I motor vehicle aupplewdntureilad : i meetings, the corporation shall not ,
The city clerk '
;, General Fund, 'wher that account be dissolved, bat an I J
: : of 'per month" attendance furnishings of every.nature and]J OB .+ '. HOOAN STREET JACKSONVILLE
$40 f
tile .a.e: shan,,nave been lerted andaeeasedfor upon < election shall be caned by. the directors ,. 0 i ..HeadQuartareforBuilding / ,'
he council.meetlngslind: keeping a kind soever.: r '
;, !he.J'U'A..Ddt05! > 01 as soon as practicable thereafter .
record of thetr'proceedngs'abdforother HTO.establish"acquire.'owii.; equip Stone
Marble
Asaesament etc
aecaty RoTt. v fAtid'ttiae ; r \ doe noticed the meeting tor that e.
.. ,
Iterate' ladglrsges
services like fees as are allowed conJuct and mslnfahi
manner Revenue Bonn purpose being given according to few.
clerks of circuit'courts, proviJed.hat i and general motorvehicle repair MOSAIC AND f:I llE1VQRKFOR >
,. amount of
I. The highest
ti..atlag to JiOOO.Ofl hall be lasneiIbintlnc in cases of criminal 'prosecution before and supply depot oreat&bDaJto!: ,.Art1cle. -- .
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Indebtedness which the corporationmay
tMfq'toi
es tM, cityli .:. the ,municipal.court, In no:ereni sent, at such point or, points withii FLOOna., ATH RooMs atu.rzt.s. ETC.
Itself to anal
time subject )
ra.grheg B Bber .I'tram 1 to 40 to I : at any "
shall such fees be chargeable"against the State of. Ilorida as.the corpora '
ehnsM .,bearing SSJM data''knd rated ..1 : not be; more (than oa.halt of. the MenGai Cttttl'W"1Ic., I

Merest;nn4 W lisle" denomlnjUIonj.I the eftyte i tips may: desire. i amount of IU then fully paid te cap. LanrtM ':! ,"O..iotIW. 'racilitlM, La Tss f fr-m* L.

ad )yaWe at. san e'time" and place, I The' ,city; treasuervshaO:"v:<;receive ;|tTO; establishacquire, Mn1.., equip, lt stock. -- "

: he sad to operate, conduct and marntali ft list I residences
ad tt proceeds thereat shall hear sum 4.$100.00 PIrlysar, !Article. The names and '
addition thereto la of'the Issue I of automobnes or other motor vthio, "
case of the Jncorporators of the company
rW.lisp erect.1e.I. >LIbUnci UK, MtilHkifl & DB'err-
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tnt,:' tdAkltilke; of. ity i:Bon< ..:the:sum:of ooe-balf "of,lea between'any..two'ors;men potot' -,
; mbA r.JmaD Bond j one,per cent; :"of the net proceeds 4 within 'the 8tate''ot! Tlartai ; for:by,each, are U toDowa [ ..kANItPACTUK RS OF' ,

a.q i 'uqrt to'$1,600.00 i shall be tssa ec1a I such bonls' for tealHaj'sad paying 1To'acquire try purchaae.a4. !sass, James "T.:Brundage,, Niagara riBs :
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IIIR'o. 'fond.for'repairs and taleraCr out the same.' < exchange or 'otherwise sad!'to MQ.; N. T, M shares; J. IL'Hanky Weed". ROUGH AN'D'DRESSED':

tttfrwenieata/la a series vase: %4The: municipal ta.Jpiw1rnfhe IhM-or otherwise dispose of real an '
Iasi' indium bearlju sum of $200.00 per rear payahle.la personal property:or: either/'or-'an]J, .' Fla, M aharea.la : .
faes1ito ??
Bbrdate.aaj..rate'bt.Interest, sad,.o t monthly installments of $25 each,* and Interest or'sautes' therein, wlthosjt betig .. ? :.wltasai whereof wehave; hereunto PINE' L11M'BER'

hilt 4esomdlSms and payable taait8sitl4 Ski addition thereto:*'conviction. fee confined to snub real or'persona' t net oar hands and seals -this 2d :

of 4ol1ar. fart each CUM hrhmtbefore iss7.be neoessary for o A. D. IDOL
: = place. 'aa4 tlse'pro. ;OM ; ; property as day of October. ,
eeJeuereot 'saaQ be 'carried ana:I the i mnnlcipal'"cottrtprovlded, (addental to theJ proper 'carrytog I J. "T. Brundage. Nil Write fop prices... ,Now'ready to fill orders.

cre IW te tbe 'Repairs sad.. lateral:I that in'no event than such;fees bechargeable'agatost Of the business of "the" corporaUoa a J. 1C. Hanley seal MILL AT QOtMAN. p 0. ,hCRMINK a DADS ::COOrfTV, EtARWA

_I..t ,..... the dty.. |ny part thereat, 8. L. Patterson seal !

f" ; The tity tax; tsaoe'and'dty tax i The business purposed the cot'. State of"Florida. '
!rated October 19;,JiL>IXe'lvO& 'i, ; !
,* ; 'rw. Haba collector shan receive. the, sum of tMDUoa ,la. from. time,10 Urn*:to 6 i :County of Dade., M: Meyeirs &: RobinsonContracting :

.' '.Presideat'cC City Conaen. $lbo for aaseaaing tie city taxes and any one'or mare or the acts' or. thlngi 1 :On this day personally appeared before ,

X. B. XHaa preparing the assesmeut roll for each herein set forth:and It mar conduct t me J. M. Ruler,aad 8. I* Patterson I -
Attest: '
Electricians
al7'Owns yean and collecting the dty taxes its business to any part of the Stab t to me well known as two of

.yprov.d .October 19,. JL_D. 1101. far:each year.'the sum'of two percent of Florida/ and.may]have' foe oils t the person described and who i

Jobs 8 rw n. .on the'flrst $2.000.00 collected ;rr, more than)use>office ,within" salt I snbeerlbed their namee to cad executed 1019'Av6. DMiamiFlorida

,, /:' Mayor, and one;per:"cent:on the>remainder, State;; the foregoing article of incorpor ,,_
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DAILY MIAMI M.TROPO""MIA"I FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 IMS ''
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'In the ye"802. accoKUnc lo old ens- I
I tom: ,. all jibe brides .for the year atb'enlce Sunshine in.yourHome 5 I
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BUY A HOME I assembled on Bt Msrys ere at
: he cathedral, taking with them their tlowriestfi T\he\ Acme Billiard Parlors ,
cftic professions small chest There they! -
"" iwaltedtthelr bridegrooms who
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1 (owed the n, and after mass they
In the.Land of .' ''' J' .1 married |and received the bishop' Fifty-two times a year U.assuredto 1.309IAVENUE DONE
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leMlng.|& I you if you 1,
Flowers andi 1 Sunshine In this rear the sea rover of''l'rlest)1U'IIt I
P.rur.oa te wa teATTORNEYS BILLIARD %tNU'FIVE
I Upon the expectant POOLTAllLES
Invest in property that insures a: AT LAW. who wens all dressed In maidena.\\ READ tot SUNThat NOTHING BUT !!SOFT RINKS SERVED. a
profitable investment We have hair I loosely flowing and interwoven
rsd.rai'paws
an-na.IIS&te..4
profitable orange grove at remark. tlpnetlocln::ac.!lrufor.xamfnhesad perfedtBi irith'threCds' of sold, carried them off Cigars and Tobacco kept ui stuck Miami Florid
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ably low prices. Acre property .ad TlOsc.O.BOXIP7.. I to their b4rks and hoisted saiL illustrated weekly paper I :
suitable for growing vegetable and : MI., ... Pus.e The doge of Venice summoned his printed in Jacksonville and t 'II
citrus fruits from .$12.500 $300 I IDea to srms, pursued the rovers, over- publishec8TeI'wher-.
per acre. Business lots from$1500to ? T. 8XAGG8. K. D., 1 took then In a creek still known as ; ,; .
$20.600. Residences $1000 to 1 the; Tort bt the Damsels and brought
$18,000, all, GOOD T RYS. OOe wttk BcdOrai FbankMj.eontrlv 1 the bride*:back In triumph. .
on
A. K. I Corner Avenue Baif
1es14aes 14th CMIAML Street In memory of this event a solemnprocesslotl Taylbrthe I 11th Street. .-
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FLORIDA.I I '4
Rentals. Fire 1 took place yearly, and the Marian the cartoons and all b. G. A. MULLCR &SQN.1C.Proprieten.
j. M. JACISOH, lJL, I(amss were observed with great : ,
QY.
I!lor until.S the year 1379, when sPlen-1, other pictures. .
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Insurance and Collections omcitiorax. were dli ntlnned In a time I I
I BISCATNK BLOCK,ATX.D Utrons I ,"... .-London Standard. i. SAN c.ARLos I
MIAMI FLORIDA. t.-. I Claude L'Engla' : :

Resident agent for the Georgia I I i If'I

Home Insurance Co. G. W. M. WILLIAMS, .:v" If"Ll/f In 0 pungent editorial paragraph I

Beck. Wilson & Huddleston I .... r I(1(: looks after the things that fmr ,<* tithe yedfetL5OWdaraeda1; r
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-Attorney At = Law "I. j Special per wwk to Coavurcial
:'-"'" .. need attention. 1 PAUl toil .... LAIY.SAMPLE ROOMS thNWiks

Suite, 2,4, (,and. 8 Office over Bank'Bay 8IscI)1t r y 1j j t Bee 666, .... Th s.. .
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No. 320X I
WAUI BRIGHT, FACINXTIXGLY .

Twelfth. Street Miami. Flonda L Geo. M. Robbins CLEVER I .

'trrtttUI From A HolVln. The ......,...,
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'Tltusvllla.Fla. ,
/J T ".. .. Tkat'fl the Sun x I to :your skylight U certatalytransition. aq .
-.e. '-. Attorney and CounselorAt Than bow.
i 1e It la,.wit*
,-. Law ;; .
fining though. Tb lead
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t ; win practice U an Co ru, State all4 Fsd.ral0R.'W. I the mine flaj u 104 ws u..
-- ,, ; ,ALUjaUARTCRSi can read THE SUN too i .i
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Repair: Your 8klt1tht
WITHOUT EXTRA EZTINSB. >?
B. RUSH.
where ouipres; have been tasted and From tin gutters to tia Mtters&' s
Offlcs motto street,'Fboni M. I tented: 10.'will hear them praised Ask us or write us and numbers are'aU la out Its*. The of
BssldsBMXMMh.8t. learUly.: |Where Ins' knack about pie pairing that;:stays...'teat ussN.
MIAMI FLA. :baking which. we have caught per- ITS, b HoW-WI WIN ,TRyDu.
gutty; : \VV11 tell you: hOW. s 1 (x J TRY TT8 NEXT am *U .
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J.H.f.ullettfMD.Are.! b.1 OUR PIES -- .- .- 'PIONEER,CORNICE .c0MPAfi1t'l

.. ;Office and gesldtoce 815"1 :irOl-,-bea-comparlion.wrath : even the "I thank the Lord!*
< belt.of Some' mada And.If 10U-are,
Not2dCaUle, ,. '- C i. Opp. ScbooBxnse a fair Jnde, will admit are I l
----- ---- : you ours cried Hanub' Plat of ,Little Rock.
t, ,gain supply the meat that we snpplj: MIAMI.. FLORIDA I sven,better than "mother's." But ;yon Ark., "for the relief I got from Buck- +SPBCIILTI
wont lie xtbte to'' judge, unless yon; .
.;-J to oar customers. The range steers < < leu' Arnica Salre. It cured mj fearful
.. :that are allowed to shift tor them. ,Dr.J : l Jayor.OfBccit: \ give! our a.trlaL 1. running sores which nothing1'al .
,selves ,until they:reach: the stock. IOHN would heal, and from which I had suffered llJ.
- r yards and, then get corn for a.few. SEYBOLD for 6 yean." It II a marvelous

i 4&ra.are not.what;we want:.aor DADE PHARMACY |jl2 STREET healer for cute burns and wounds.
what our customers want Guaranteed at all dugglits. Price 25c.Sa glle V.allAlaZLlUltt
\ Residence 809 Avenue D. Miami _u__ + .i rang

Prime Meat, C.: Maynard,
eta what we.offer. Their ender

M ''aess, joldness,and fine flavor- .are GRADUATE. OPTICIAN ie I.O.F .

{ ibljb1)i appreciated.. With Maynard A Son dswel.rsA.aes i .

'4D. B. Ddane Prop.- D'' 1Cut to Port CMBe Win. Curry's Sons
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GEO. 'L. MCDONALD I and I. ,
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'The .Leaders '....w.BAcrus.naaa OOOOAJTUT.OROVX.- TLA.. ,Work'Uorses Ship Chandlery, Building ,!

l' }' __ Materials |6f _All .Kinds.

1 n, .2- ,8pdaetioiM aid DMsils Made .
for Buildings of AU Kind*, Fine Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railway Machine SfcopaFer
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f RMidsnoM a Bp.olalty.fhncz,131L

I >,.(' A.un D. I have received a car of fine All kind 01 repairing Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done 'a\the.
Gent's; shortest otice in the best possible manner by expert skilled mecaaatoi
": WALTER C. Dx1rA1fM0'BrOhitOOt. I' horses, and anyone i interestedcan

." Inspect:them at- stable Dade Co. Title
t< I ;;; i my :. ,Insurance:
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Roth.Building. ;.- 'Miami., Fla.TlicCha and 'Trust '
CompanyOF


'"is FIRe .. : I -P.W.CHAPMAN.pmari, ProD-House. ,_ Lf'L.HfteeiUh ij .J ,, McN el-1 .1 MIAMI.'FLORIDA. I, INCORPORATED 0 ,

KaMb. ttN..rev.....4f..'8ped&I br die w.sh Paid > Capital $75,000. Surplus, S12.OOO
B MM M* cM4 forta'"ab..s.iaI Ur
;: n BUMMMk of Pa1a JIMda.M.thepra.t I) Avenue D.
T ilQring ctrl UM Oual. -.....Nea ... Street. West of
:1. act |Boot.M..u4 sntim.wtawr. (ki n>*,OU...of.:...tMr11ti'\batWg.n'"Delray.Flom.. :. *! Insures land titles, prepares abstracts of title.a : ...
,I liVoricy ; .. I Miami : invests' money on its own accomnt and for others.-Acts a.
: = < t- 'Fla. agent attorney-in-fact, ,trustee assignee, executor r.-' tver
__ iH"JJI.1- '_ : .' or guardian. Address all comniunkatiana t&T
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-I'.1 Contractor. and i Builder. -- S. L. t atterson, Sec. aod Treas.HorseShoelflff1.. MIaIi. lhori'POR '

-.1 1 11 SiitUractloniOkanuiteed._ .;.,: [fl'F.-' : Burins ::&- Co' I t
Let..lest. )'W--a" easo..ou. '
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.w ail ad rs,..F.a boa YR.1l1aaLna. J

J. Merritt & Kolb' i II Plumbing, Steam. .1| AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE I


t & Cox, ,Red Cstle,_' Rentals, eft:., I II and_ :Gas Fitting l L. I?. LaFontlsee 708 7th S jUFTON
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Next to Hnt National Bank txpcrt'TgpcwritcrRepairing :L I ?II! 816, Avenue !D,, ';; :. :. Miami. Pla I

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.. pss Awnings i W., C.RESTON! ... '
J: J "' elfrmiILEhmann ""t) '!Iff. 1;'" c' I I ,,:' .... .'
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Drove YjairboroMghCo'ihtraetor >' \ '
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E Port mond-archBorotbI i ia1chmo (: ':' J :and e Builder Regel Engines i ,.Jl ji5 horsepower,5450'v ...:.'.;,'
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Complete 3 ';horsepower : : :. SlSj* : ':
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Builder of the Palm Beach Hotel :
N.Y. Qrr" .
lferida? I' : ,
Wescala4aieach _, :, '! ..< ,! :x: .
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nHpuse Moving a SpecialtyMiamiJ : 0" """. .k '
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$ ; FBm'' UTTEE.fleai. 0 ":
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8th Street ctar.n1Ci..Gift.r .., ,_ 1 0 0 I "' 1I
ki"\ a 'Aft-fori-1 ;: : : : : "' "'f.' 101"I' .;i4' UU 1 FloridaDUNHAM I i I : .... ...._.. -
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Miami.ria -.un..'" '31'r1- .-- -.1.1'. .... .t. 1!'. );X bicycles at low '
tire
,Complete ; prices. >
,J. 'w.uhDrN.d.-titd.walk ,. ;:r
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and MeaAConstrwettonA.OIssstfSMS ., ., : 0 ."b 1IoIIy;
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pTMCMiami ; '-J D i )1 UNOY A clie a p.'YBatt en'oI1S:: ;t! Spark 'nl ugs. :,

EV Calamity I x .. .
LOAN
r .i iaiic'i f "' ttt. ..' Switches
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Decor 4ting"eompang Dynamos Very best.on the market>
U ...a disastrous calamity when
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)' you loss your health, brass tadlcesUoa { ; ;"){ d"i4 ., ':-. I 'p.'':. k "
Skn t or lClig limePt and eoasUpattoa fcar* napped : "

.It ,w} sDad ltJ1f&7a.. PrompiJelW csa be hat tabufld f PaInii.n \
s. t I DrtJC: : &'a'-$ew..WlililL, They : 1m.
L l'' '' loaf and .' : Eini'
H t up AlcestlTtJnzsaju lb PapertHanglng and 1Calsollit ntng
"" > &.' -t.c..:.... JA, Jsl A ear he3aieh4" u1x Iaeiff"eoliy con II Loftoi &
Agency Peat's.Wall: Papers.
stipation. etc. Guaranteed. at an mza..PtL. g
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e Co. Security (Go.t7iye1p. .. PrIce.SSe... .- .....h Call ,write Estimates.. 0ffioe3t5 Avenue D ,

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:IVAGE, .. EIGHT THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS MIAMr FLORIDA.FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1905 \,
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:, Millinery Opening?!; ,_. ... .- ( Fall-Opening-ofDress: Goods Department ,{
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us Tuesday, November 14;| 195.. 'J 77Tuesday,, Nov, .14, 1905 v : ':

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M ', ,The Ladies of Miami and Dade County',;:.i-,;. The Ladie. of Miami and Dade Countyare :
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i invited attend = cordially invited to attend
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5' :' II.. Embroideries, House Furnishings, etc. : .

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Tuesday Evening : .
.Jt,.,' 1 m" .' Tuesday Evening, November I 14, 1905 ,
from five to eleven o'qloek from five to eleven o'clock) -
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Burdine & Quartermai 300-302 Twelfth Street, Miami, FloridaMr "

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and still they come. Dress Goods in all the '
': Now isn't it veryj plausable that .
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new and
I US 'r weaves, styles qualities<< from the. .
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.. better .In store' with dou- J -
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ble the stock of"II|anyshoevstock4in ; \, :, cheapest. to the. .,:- most ,expensive fabrics. '

),, : ? ,>* the,, city,,,* .tharifyou'ia J' could..be; ;s '" A J' "" I I I" c .

,s. a ': :.' suited where thelstock: wasfmal ..,. j i i \ < .' ., !

,. /;,', ''':,' and mixed? Sew l's Shoe, i Store, A splendid line of ginghams, seersucker8percale8, madras,}ducks

) '4::. ':' carries, ,the,..... largest ll!stock, *" :of-shoesW : and..outing. n. eI810r 1 plain wear. j Our l line of white goods' is
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4 .a ; ;t : ;;:"south__ :"or:Jacicsohville:""aridli'''is'excelled -- : superb and.will meet'every i I demand. Inthis line: we bought a
d' -- bale of nainsook'remnants, fine and sheer, in ;
ffhere lengths from one to.
h Df' by none 1{ is rio excuse .
10, yards,worth from 15 to'20c. We will sell them at lOc a'yard.-
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do not fit and suit you.., Come to !: >
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\" I,i; S h oeS. .1ll1ou tet'd' droll a9e! I'to a drug store. ,i offer a splendid good weight white' wool blanket. at 3.50 per pair.

: if you need ahO Sl1o too shoe store. 3 All .. 't tq J. linensin 'etyand styles. ''Napkins
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-' "- 4j special lbythrowing1.:: ; new:and,attractive line of cut goods''
price
r: : < < : : ;: ;,'on the bargain ;:coaster, It will inierest you. 'We are;. gentssfor 1t.

.}.e't"-I'I": 's' : ShoetoreThe : ; the.new."INV18ABLE: Lacing"' : bonet.I L : ':- Ask'to< -see'.it...

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,:.;, 1-1 f.'", '' .i. ,0 t If -.in"lu", ,,: 'I4..., Piano with every sc lirchasa'; !

: onlvexclusive J Shoe'''Storerin South::?Florida.f ,I .
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